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Real Moments: Coffee with Cam (3 min read)

Real Moments: Coffee with Cam (3 min read)

Posted by Cal Virgilio on Mar 1st 2022

Many of my favorite memories are connected to food. Making 40 blueberry pies with my mother for my wedding reception, celebrating my 21st birthday at Peter Luger steakhouse in Brooklyn, NY, and the outdoor dinners we'd have on vacation in Martha's Vineyard when I was younger. Food can be delicious, but what’s more important is the context it’s enjoyed. The moments we connect to food last so much longer than its effect on our palette.Whether it’s a major life event or an afternoon b
Real Ingredients: You Had Me at Wilbur Chocolate (5 Min Read)

Real Ingredients: You Had Me at Wilbur Chocolate (5 Min Read)

Posted by Ellie C. on Feb 10th 2022

Granola Factory uses only real, quality ingredients that are familiar and widely available. If an ingredient isn’t easily accessible to our customers, it shouldn’t be in the food we make. We source from partners who share this commitment and authenticity to their craft. To us, it’s not just about quality ingredients, but also the best quality brand of that ingredient. Although I grew up in a household that placed a strong emphasis on health, I never really thought about what I was putting
Real Artisanry: Chop 'til you Drop (5 Min Read)

Real Artisanry: Chop 'til you Drop (5 Min Read)

Posted by Cal Virgilio on Feb 9th 2022

When you search the word "artisan" online, you'll find definitions that include, "worker in a skilled trade especially one that involves making things by hand" or, "person skilled in a utilitarian art, trade, or craft, especially one requiring manual skill." Point being--real artisanry requires being hands-on. A way of work that was once common is now rare in the automation generation. Big business has put efficiency first, quality second, in a race for market share and profit margins. &nbs