Gustola Granola

Angie Gustafson, founder of Gustola Granola
Angie Gustafson, founder of Gustola Granola

One could argue that a UW-Madison Badgerin', U.S. Peace Corps volunteerin', children's book writin', Birkenstock wearin' gal like Angela Gustafson was just destined to land in the world of granola. And because Angela is a Midwesterner, and because Midwesterners are required to share great food with neighbors, she began making her favorite granola for friends, family, coaches and teachers. Those people, in turn, became devotees. By way of the farmer's market, Gustola Granola made its way to Kowalski's, where it's consistently a top seller in the category. This women-owned company makes lower-sugar, wheat-free, Non-GMO Project verified granola in a variety of irresistible flavors. They are made with organic oats, maple syrup and lots of nutty, fruity mix-ins. Find them in the Cereal Aisle.

Gustola Granola is also a proud partner of Wilderness Inquiry, an organization that offers inclusive, outdoor adventure trips to people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities. Learn more at www.wildernessinquiry.org.

Find Gustola Granola in the Cereal Aisle of your nearest Kowalski's location. Selection and availability may vary by market.