Good4 of 7 people found this review helpful
Not just as a dessert, but a snack or breakfast as well.
The sound of this product alone is enough to make your mouth water!3 of 6 people found this review helpful
We plan to use this nutritious granola product as a healthy low sodium breakfast that both the children and adults are sure to enjoy.
Great hardy breakfast1 of 1 people found this review helpful
great to eat dry or with water in it. Wonderful addition to our food storage.
Efficient1 of 1 people found this review helpful
I plan to use this type of cereal for the summer.
This is a great tasting product, for breakfast or anytime really. Has great flavor and can be eaten dry as well and still tastes good. Good minerals too.
Awesome Products & Wonderful Service
Not only is the Saratoga Farms Granola with Milk & Cinnamon Apples awesome but The Ready Store staff are wonderful to do business with. They are always helpful & courteous.
lovely dessert or breakfast option!! So yummy and it's good for you
Great start to the day
This is a great breakfast for anyone who wants to have a healthy stable of meals while preparing.
This offering may, indeed, be 15% cheaper than other similar canned granolas. I wouldn't know off hand because this is the kind of cereal (and food storage item in general) that I make it a point to avoid. If you check the nutritional information, you will see that this granola totals 36% plain old white sugar. Deducting $1.14 for the 1.29 pounds of sugar in the can, the price comes out to a little over $10 a pound for the remainder, which is mostly just oats and milk. Unfortunately, it's pretty much the same story for everyone's canned granola-type and other sweetened cereals. I would recommend buying your own sugar and putting it in jars, or even buying it plain in cans, plus some cans of whole powdered milk. Then buy something like unsweetened Swiss Muesli, which comes sealed in thin mylar bags, and vacuum pack those in cans or jars with O2 absorbers. Or buy the all-grain multigrain flaked or rolled cereals available in #10 cans at many suppliers plus some dehydrated apple bits or similar dried fruit (for a premium product, go with freeze-dried fruit from your storage). You will then have gotten almost as much convenience and much more food with much better nutrition for your money.