Sustenance Introduces Ancient Grain Granola – Flavour of the Month

Sustenance Artisan Foods flavour of the month for January is ancient grains granola! A classic blend of ancient grains like amranth, quinoa, millet + superfood seeds like chia, flax and pumpkin, lightly sweetened with organic honey with hints of cinnamon and sea salt. These crunchy granola clusters can be enjoyed with milk, yogurt, on top of a smoothie or straight out of the bag!

Sustenance gluten-free-granola-range

Sustenance gluten-free granola-range

Sustenance handcrafted granola are gluten free, packed with nuts & seeds, 100% natural and sweetened with locally sourced organic honey. Each batch is hand mixed and baked in small batches at low temperatures to give it a nice crunch and toasty flavour. Its gluten free, vegan, 100% natural and refined sugar free makes it a healthy choice for you and your family. Our granola is wonderful when paired with yogurt or milk, spooned over ice creams or sprinkled on salads. It’s perfectly delicious to eat straight from the jar as well.

Makes for a wholesome way to start your mornings, pre or post workout snack to give you the energy boost you need or to deal with the mid-day slump.

About Richa Talwar, Founder, Sustenance Artisan food:
Richa Talwar founded Sustenance Artisan food straight after she graduated from The Institute of Culinary Education in New York. She spent her twenties working on feature film sets and then moved to advertising before finally following her passion for baking. She launched Sustenance in 2015 and drew her inspiration from the artisan food movement she witnessed in New York.

Richa is a self-confessed granola junkie and was dissatisfied by the options available in the Indian market which was flooded by big brands making cereals and granola loaded with sugar and preservatives. So to tackle this unhealthy problem Richa started experimenting with granola in her own kitchen using wholesome and all natural ingredients so she could have a quick, healthy and delicious breakfast. Soon, friends and families started requesting their own batches and as demand for her delicious and healthy products started growing, she decided to turn her passion for food into a business.

When she is not baking in the Sustenance kitchen, you will find her working as a food stylist on TV commercials, print shoots and developing recipes for clients.

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