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Malt & Mold Arrives in Gramercy

The smallest store carrying Granola Lab products is a wee beer and cheese shop on East Broadway called Malt & Mold. Though diminutive, Malt & Mold stocks a wide variety of provisions, fills growlers with a rotating selection of superb craft beers, and runs a weekly tasting series. They know how to maximize! Proprietor Kevin Heald and his business partner Caitlin Nish opened a second location of their successful venture just three weeks ago. The new shop on 362 2nd Avenue in Gramercy has a bit more elbow room, but the same classic look and great selection.

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There's our granola, nestled between jam and tapenade. Can't argue with that! And speaking of good neighbors, Malt & Mold is located right next door to Pushcart Coffee. The Pushcart crew has been very kind to Granola Lab over the past year and they make a damn fine cup of Joe. Two reasons to visit 2nd Ave between 21st and 22nd Streets sometime soon.

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Brooklyn Made: redefining the golden arches

It's been over a month since the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce announced their first group on certified Brooklyn Made products and Granola Lab's Gold status is starting to sink in: we're feeling snazzy, shiny, and oh-so official. Many of our fellow Brooklyn manufacturers have made the Chamber's list, with a rating of gold, silver, or bronze, depending on the percentage of their business that occurs in the borough, as well as other factors.

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We're so proud to be a part of Brooklyn's resurgence as a manufacturing hub and grateful to the Chamber for drawing attention to GL and our fellow hard-working Brooklynites. And what a cool logo! See how the M in Made is an image of the Brooklyn Bridge? It's a subtle design choice, as opposed to the garish overuse of the Bridge in many logos and advertising images. If you want your business considered for Brooklyn Made certification, follow this link.

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Getting away? Don't forget the granola!

The dog day doldroms are here! That's not a bad thing: we all need a mental and physical break. Whether or not you've checked out for the season, you still need to feed yourself. Seems like a good time to highlight a few summery retailers selling Granola Lab. August is the perfect time to visit a local farm and buy direct from the source. Granola Lab is for sale at two Upstate NY farm stores: Sprout Creek Farm in Poughkeepsie and Fishkill Farms in Hopewell Junction. Fishkill is celebrating peach season on August 16 with their annual Peachtopia festival. Sounds juicy!

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We know lots of New Yorkers' favorite vacation spots are out on Eastern Long Island. Seaside getaways are the best! The Montauk Juice Factory will keep you going with healthy juices, light fare, and Activation Energy for breakfast. Fishers Island in Long Island Sound is a more remote escape. Fishers Island Gourmet, attached to the Pequot Inn, sells our granola and lots of gifts and tasty provisions.

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So go hit the forests, fields, and beaches and enjoy this perfect weather!

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Anthropologie Pop-up Market this Saturday

Saturday shoppers, take note! Our friends at Good Eggs, Brooklyn's premier grocery delivery service, are hosting a one-day pop-up market at Anthropologie's Soho store. It's going to be loads of fun and undeniably delicious! Here are the details:

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We'll be joined by Krumville Bake Shop, The Jam Stand, and many others.

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Trade show weekend: Brooklyn Eats & the Fancy Food Show

Granola Lab is exhibiting at Summer Fancy Food Show this year for the very first time. The Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring an entire pavilion of Brooklyn makers and we're so pleased to be included amongst such a great roster of local food companies. If you're attending, our booth is number 4747. Don't be a stranger.

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We'll be attending this Friday's local trade show as well. Brooklyn Eats is a worthy precursor to the big event, showcasing over 50 Brooklyn food producers. There's lots to see, smell and, of course, eat! Brooklyn Eats is open to the public from 10 am until 3 pm, followed by a trade-only period from 3 to 5. It's located at a major food manufacturing hub: the Pfizer Building at 630 Flushing Ave.

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