Providence Granola Project

73 Governor St.
Providence
02906

Providence Granola Project

Organic/Local Food

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Artisan Producer
Buy Local RI partner • organic

We make our own Granola.

The Providence Granola Project lovingly makes and sells artisanal granola using all natural ingredients and organic grains. Available in bulk, 15oz bags, and 6 oz "Go Packs." Our signature recipe is "Keith's Originola." Each month a new recipe is made available to our Granola of the Month Club members and our retail partners. Past recipes of the month have included: ChocoBanola, Slumdog Snacking Granola (with Indian spices), and Sweet Sassy Fig and Molassey.

The Providence Granola Project was conceived as a way to provide job skills and work experience to Providence's newly arrived refugee community. Currently we have employees from Burundi, Iraq, and Sudan who lovingly make our granola from scratch in the Amos House kitchen.

(401) 316-1423

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