Among the many pitches we receive for Mom Talk Radio, occasionally we get one that the entire office enjoys! On average, at least one package arrives each day with a product, just-released book or brand message that we review for the show. Last week, we got food. The shipments with edible pitches make the entire office take notice, as we did with Willamette Valley Granola Company‘s offering – Granola Chips. My staff liked the granola so much, they requested a quick post about it.
We enjoyed a four-variety pack of granola chips: butter pecan, wild berry, honey nut and vanilla bean. Packed with yummy granola in a easy-to-take resealable pouch, these granola chips are a great blend of oats, quinoa, amaranth and barley. It’s a nutritious, well-balanced snack that’s perfect for anyone on the go. Made with all-natural, non-GMO ingredients, the chips are a good source of protein and fiber. The sugar content (the downfall of many granolas) is just 5-6 grams of sugar per serving.
A new brand from Hearthside Food Solutions, LLC, Willamette Valley Granola Chips are available in select stores now, with full national distribution this summer. They can also be purchased online at alice.com and amazon.com. We enjoyed these snacks; they were light, crispy and tasted delicious!
Now, if they offer a tour of the facility in the Willamette Valley of Oregon, count us in!