September 01, 2016 1 min read

Wildway Vanilla Bean Espresso Grain-free Granola
Well it's been quite a while since we introduced a new flavor of our Grain-free Granola to the world, but that wait is soon over. Coming soon online and to retail shelves near you is our newest clean-eating breakfast option-- our vanilla bean espresso grain-free granola!
Shout out to the folks over at Fara Coffee in Austin who hooked us up with an AMAZING espresso that truly makes this flavor one of a kind. Combined with 100% real vanilla bean (no extracts or flavorings here), this new flavor is out of this world. For a great morning (or afternoon) pick-me-up try this newest addition to our line up. You won't be disappointed.


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