My Name is Ciara Bennett I am the founder and CEO of VintageOats which is a Premium Granola Line. Beyond our Amazing granola, I want to give you a little information about me and the brand. VintageOats started out of complete faith and desperate pursuit of PURPOSE. After 1 year of research, trial, and error I created 6 Signature flavors that we still serve to this day. 6 years later I am more passionate than ever about providing Healthy, Delicious granola to all people. I am a proud mother of 3 kids ages 2,6 & 11. Thank you for allowing us to serve you and your family's granola needs.ย ย 

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A brand set apart.

We pride ourselves in creating one-of-a-kind flavors made only with the finest ingredients. Every order is made fresh with love and patience, Ditch the over processed snacks and try something new and fresh. Make the change today from ordinary to extraordinary.

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  • Gluten Free Oats

    All our granola is Gluten Free....Yes i said it GLUTEN FREE:)

    Specialty gluten-free oats are grown, harvested and processed in a way that keeps them away from other grains and the high risk of gluten contamination and are widely accepted as safe for those with celiac disease.

  • Maple Syrup

    Maple syrup: itโ€™s actually good for you. Yes, pure maple syrup is not only high in antioxidants, but every spoonful offers nutrients like riboflavin, zinc, magnesium, calcium and potassium. According to Helen Thomas of the New York State Maple Association, maple syrup has a higher concentration of minerals and antioxidants, yet fewer calories than honey.

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  • Coconut Oil

    Studies indicate that regularly eating coconut oil improves the levels of lipids circulating in the blood, potentially reducing the risk of heart disease.

    One large, randomized controlled study in 91 middle-aged adults examined the effects of eating 50 grams of coconut oil, butter orย extra-virgin olive oilย daily for a month (10Trusted Source).

    The coconut oil diet significantly increased the โ€œgoodโ€ HDL cholesterol, compared to butter and extra-virgin olive oil.

    Similarly to extra-virgin olive oil, coconut oil didnโ€™t increase the โ€œbadโ€ LDL cholesterolย