Purely Elizabeth Granola

Grain Free Banana Nut

Innovative Ingredients. Superior Nutrition. Award-winning taste.

Good health begins with what you put into your body. When you eat better, you feel better. It’s that simple. The Purely Elizabeth philosophy is to make classic, well-loved foods with nutrient-rich ingredients that nourish and energize your body. Each of their recipes is made with superfoods like quinoa, chia, millet, hemp and coconut oil to create foods with intention. Oh, and they also taste amazing!

Purely Elizabeth GranolaWhat’s in Store?

Currently, Harvest Market stocks the following varieties of Purely Elizabeth:

Ancient Grain Granola – A mix of ancient grains, oats and superfood seeds, along with chewy dried fruit, raw virgin coconut oil and coconut sugar for a perfectly crunchy, salty-sweet taste.

  • Original

Probiotic Granola – Award-winning Ancient Grain Granola plus a patented vegan strain of probiotics. Two servings a day will get you maximum probiotic benefits to help support a healthy immune and digestive system.

  • Chocolate Sea Salt
  • Maple Walnut

Grain-Free Granola – Rich cashews, dried coconut flakes and superfood seeds combine with cashew butter, raw virgin coconut oil and coconut sugar for irresistible clusters — free of the oats and grains.

  • Banana Nut Butter
  • Coconut Cashew

Purely Elizabeth GranolaSocial Responsibility and Giving Back

As a B Corp, Purely Elizabeth is committed to social and environmental goals. B Corp companies are required to meet rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability and transparency. As a business, Purely Elizabeth believes in creating value for society by carefully considering local communities, stakeholders and our natural environment.

Since their inception, giving back has been at the core of Purely Elizabeth’s values. Over the years, they have donated to non-profit organizations striving to preserve the health of our planet and to provide for future generations. This has included organizations such as Slow Food USA, Wellness in Schools, the Fruit Tree Planting Foundation, Charity: Water and the Rodale Institute.

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