Find Your Granola
We are a local family-owned Vermont company offering 17 flavors of granola, chock-full of fun, healthy, and tasty ingredients. Try our granola today to see why our customers continue to say, “Simply the best granola I’ve ever had.”
True North Granola is available to purchase online in bulk sizes of 3, 5, or 10 lb. bags; our granola freezes very well for up to 6 months.
Try Our New Flavors!
We put our test kitchen to work this year, and after multiple iterations of each variety, we developed three new unique varieties: Nuts & Flax Granola, First Date Granola, and Nutty No Grainer Mediterranean Blend.
They stand out in many ways—one is organic, they all eliminate the use of refined sugars (maple syrup only), one contains no added sugar, and three are vegan. The Mediterranean Nutty No Grainer is our first foray into a SAVORY GRANOLA!
Join Our Granola Club
The ultimate gift from Vermont–clean food free of chemicals or preservatives, always freshly made, super crunchy and NEVER too sweet. We offer 3 different clubs which you can join for 2 months, or up to 12 months. Share this gift with your friends or loved ones–in fact, with all the granola lovers in your life!
- Freshly baked, never too sweet, clean and crunchy granola.
- Delivered according to your desired monthly schedule.
- Be the first to sample our newest products!
- You may include a personalized message which we will send on a lovely True North Granola postcard to your recipient.
From our blog
Read our regularly-updated blog to learn about our activities, get new recipes, understand the health benefits of the ingredients we use, or get a sneak peek into new flavors. We welcome your feedback on our content, always.
We’re kicking off the start of 2019 with a new website. That’s right – it’s finally live, and has some new features to make shopping for (and discovering) True North Granola even easier. To help better understand some of the key aspects, here’s a breakdown.
Ingrid and Franklin at the Cotton Mill Open Studio and Holiday Sale. Photo Credit: Maia Segura Many thanks to our local newspaper, The Brattleboro Reformer, for recently printing an article about the 20th anniversary of the Cotton Mill Open Studio and Holiday Sale. The writer and photographer, Maia Segura, mentioned granola, and featured a nice…