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FREE tote bag with every $20 subscription!

Lucky you! We're giving away a FREE Happy-Go-Lucky Foods canvas tote bag with every subscription order over $20 for the rest of May 2018! No promo code necessary. Your tote will ship with your first order...aren't you excited? Now you finally have somewhere to stash all your granola. 

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Granola Subscriptions NOW Available!

Oh, happy day! Now you can subscribe to your favorite Happy-Go-Lucky Foods snacks and save money, too. Simply select the products you love, choose the delivery frequency you prefer, and save 10% every month after the first. So check it out, and let us know if you have any questions. We're pretty excited about this, and we hope you are, too!

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Nutritional Info is Now Available!

Trying to keep your fitness goals? Want¬†to know how much sugar or carbs are in your favorite Happy-Go-Lucky Foods goodies? Want to eat clean and enjoy your favorite organic granola all at the same time? Well now you can! We're thrilled to announce that we¬†now have nutritional labels for almost all of our products! To view the info, simply click on the item you're interested in when shopping and look at the photos for a close-up view of the labels! And, as always, please contact us if you have any questions. ūüôā ¬†

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Tips for Keeping Your Granola Fresh

If there's one question I get more than any other, it's "How long will the granola stay fresh?" Hey, I get it. Here in western NC, it's humid...really humid. Our climate is a challenge for just about any baked good, including granola. Especially granola. Why? We like it CRUNCHY. I like to hear it from across the table. It's literally music to my ears.  So, from a the head flamingo herself, here are my tips for keeping your granola fresh: 1. Make sure you buy it fresh. At Happy-Go-Lucky Foods, you get the freshest granola imaginable. But, if you buy other brand or make it yourself, make sure you seal it up ASAP. 2. Use an air-tight container. I always like...

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