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Bakery on Main Cinnamon Raisin Gluten-Free Granola

Bakery on Main’s Cinnamon Raisin granola is gluten-free and packed with an amazing 9 grams of fiber per serving—when they use “Fiber Power” on the front of their package they aren’t kidding.  They use certified gluten-free oats, which is great for celiacs who include oats in their diet. 

Bakery on Main Cinnamon Raisin Gluten-Free GranolaThis gluten-free cereal tastes great—it is not too sweet, nor does it taste too strongly of cinnamon.  It is packed with raisins, which I love.  On top of this it is dairy, GMO, cholesterol and trans fat-free, and is low in sodium.  In summary, it is a great way to start your day!

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Hallie
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04 Mar 2010 1:02:46 AM PST
I've tried several of the varieties in this brand, and they are without a doubt the best tasting granola of any brand that I have ever tried, including the many brands of glutenous granola that I tried before going gluten-free! Try it - you'll love it! Just must add that I have no connection whatsoever with this brand or any distribution or marketing of it.




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