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Granola's Finest Original Flavor Gluten-Free and Grain-Free Granola by Kahn's Kitchen

If you're a fan of granola, you'll want to try this unique product.  Each 10 ounce bag is freshly made using organic honey, three different kinds of nuts, sunflower and pumpkin seeds, olive oil,
and sea salt. 

The most unique thing about this granola is that is is grain-free.  It's so good, I have never tasted anything like it.  This granola also comes in four different flavors and lasts up to six months when refrigerated.  I love it that chef Jason Kahn has created a product that is healthy and absolutely delicious!

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For more information visit: www.KahnsKitchen.com.

Granola's Finest Original Flavor Gluten-Free and Grain-Free Granola by Kahn's Kitchen

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