Frequently asked questions

Your questions, answered!

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Why is the price point of your granola higher than others?

Our granola is completely grain free and made up of all natural ingredients; so unlike other products on the market, it has a high nut content which are more costly. Mainstream granolas are up to 90% oats, which are a lower cost ingredient. Our granola contains no oats, and instead is packed full of nutritonally dense ingredients like delicious whole and flaked almonds. These ingredients are more expensive to source but offer more nutrients and contain healthy fats to help keep you fuller for longer.

Are your products suitable for vegans?

Our Almond Milk and Chia & Hemp granola are suitable for vegans. Our other three granola flavours do contain honey, however we are going to be replacing this with coconut nectar in the new year so that all of our products will be vegan friendly!

Are they gluten free?


Are they dairy free?


Are they suitable for vegetarians?


Why did you change the size of the granola packs?

You asked, we listened! Lots of feedback suggested that our consumers found the size of our packaging to be too large, so we have produced a smaller pack to cut down on unnecessary packaging and to make more space in your cupboards! We also want to make our granola available to as many people as possible; and in addition to offering a lower price point we have also made our granola better value than before, without adjusting the recipe! (Lower cost per 100g of granola). You can now find our granola for £4.79 in Waitrose & Ocado.

Is the packaging recyclable?

Yes, you can recycle both the cardboard boxes from our granola, and the carton from the almond milk.

Why is the almond milk more expensive than other brands?

We believe in simple, honest and natural ingredients. Our almond milk contains 8% almonds which is higher than most others on the market (some contain only 2%). Because of this higher nut content, and using only natural ingredients (with Icelandic Seaweed for added calcium), it makes it slightly more costly to produce. Our almond milk is £2.99 in Waitrose & Ocado.

How do you make the almond milk so thick and creamy? Are there any added ingredients?

What you see is what you get! Our almond milk consists of filtered water, 8% almonds and Icelandic Seaweed (for calcium). The high almond content gives the milk it’s thick and creamy texture, naturally! 

Why does the almond milk sometimes separate?

Because our almond milk is made up of all natural ingredients (and no nasty emulsifiers), the almonds and water can sometimes naturally separate; you just need to give it a good shake before using!

How do I keep my granola as fresh as possible?

Once opened, seal with a clip and pop in the fridge! It will stay fresher for longer and taste even more delicious. 

Where can I buy the products?

Please see our Stockists here.

Can I order the products online?

We are working on creating our own online shop so please bear with us!

Why should I choose Paleo Foods Co. Granola over others?

Grain-free, gluten free, dairy free, low carb and high protein & fibre compared with other granola. What makes us different is that we are grain-free; we have taken out all of the cereal grains, resulting in a lower carb breakfast - 50% less than most mainstream granolas! It is also seriously nutty - 3 times more nuts than other brands in fact!

We pride ourselves on using only the highest quality, all-natural ingredients with no added sugar or preservatives to make a deliciously healthy snack or breakfast, without compromising on texture or taste! We want everyone to be able to have a convenient, nutritious breakfast that is packed full of natural energy. Have with milk, yogurt, sprinkle on top of porridge or smoothie bowls, or simply enjoy straight out of the bag!

Where are the nuts in the almond milk sourced?


Are the products organic?

Not currently, but if this is important to you, then please get in touch.

Is the seaweed in your almond milk linked in any way to Carrageen?

The seaweed in our almond milk is a completely mineralised source of calcareous marine algae (Called Lithothamnion sp.) and thereby free from Carrageen.