Nuts About Granola (NAG) is excited to announce a brand new production facility in Leola, PA, that will be home for manufacturing their granola. In an effort to expand local high-quality products and serve the community, NAG and Shiloh Farms were selected to fill a 19,000 SF manufacturing facility that belongs to a local non-profit organization, The Susquehanna Association for the Blind and Vision Impaired (SABVI). The partnerships will employ as many as 15 people, the majority of whom will be blind or vision impaired.
Shiloh Farms specializes in wholesome, healthy, all-natural food products that include sprouted grain breads, sprouted flours, pretzels, dried fruits, nuts, flours, grains, cheeses and more; about 90% are certified organic. “The new facility will include separate equipment dedicated to wheat-free, gluten-free production, so we’ll be expanding our line and introducing new, certified gluten free products- something our customers have been asking for,” said Peter Horvath, Shiloh Farms Director of Marketing and Business Development.
By partnering with Shiloh Farms, NAG will be able to expand their own brand and those of others via co-packing contacts. “All three companies are committed to producing superb, high quality products to serve our community,” Said Sarah Lanphier, CEO, Nuts About Granola.
Have you tried any Shiloh Farms products? Have you tried any NAG products yet? Would you like the chance to try them both?
Simply leave a comment on this post stating one Shiloh Farms product and one NAG product that you would most like to try and you will be automatically entered to win a bag of Shiloh Farms Organic Sprouted Pancake & Waffle Mix AND a bag of NAG’s Plain Jane Granola.
Earn an extra entry for each: (leave a separate comment for each)
One winner will be announced Tuesday, February 7th.