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Granola Goddess finds new home on Plainfield Avenue

A new granola store opens tomorrow on Plainfield Avenue, featuring premade granola as well as ingredients to make your own, coffee, gift baskets, and other unique gifts.

/Theresa Hogerheide

Grand Opening

The Granola Goddess open house is Thursday May 22, 2014 from 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.; located in Suite F at 4950 Plainfield NE. Visit the website.

/Theresa Hogerheide

/Theresa Hogerheide

The Granola Goddess store is the new home for Molly Dawson’s Daily De-Lish products. She makes seven specialty granola flavors, granola bars and cookies. She’s a die-hard granola eater and realized that most of the store-bought variety seemed too dry and not filled with the nutritional goodies she likes - namely nuts. So, she started making her own and started the business in January 2010.
The new store, located in Suite F at 4950 Plainfield NE in Plainfield Township, opens its doors on Thursday, May 22. The open house is from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. The store features Dawson's products as well as granola ingredients (many organic, and including gluten-free oatmeal), custom gift baskets, Grand Rapids Coffee Roasters coffee beans and other unique gifts. Michele Barnes from Mrs. B will be on site on Tuesdays making her focaccia breads, sandwiches and soups. These will mostly be sold frozen at the store with some fresh availability. 
Dawson strives to use Michigan ingredients while balancing price and a desire to include organically grown items – just like the rest of us. The Michigan ingredients most often used in Daily De-lish products are eggs, sugar, honey and dried cherries.
Dawson is always up to something creative and delicious. Right now she’s working on spiced nuts recipes, two new granola flavors and trail mixes named for her sons: Jett Fuel and Dax Trax.
Store Hours: Tuesday – Friday 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 
Other places to find the Daily De-lish products:
Online: Door to Door Organics, the Daily De-lish and Granola Goddess websites and Etsy
Restaurants: Terra GR (on brunch menu), The Terrace Inn, Petoskey, MI (on breakfast menu), Saburba in Ada (bags of granola & bars available for sale), The Pump House - Grand Rapids Knapp's Corner (on frozen yogurt bar as topping + bags available for sale), Malamiah Juice Bar (Grand Rapids Downtown Market) and Grand Rapids Coffee Roasters.
Stores: Art of the Table (Grand Rapids), Nourish Organic Market (Grand Rapids), Grassfield's farm store, Beer & Skittles (Kalamazoo), Sawall Heath Foods (Kalamazoo), Natural Food Center (Kalamazoo), Michigan Pantry (Holland), Horrock’s (Grand Rapids) and Spectrum Children’s Hospital (Grand Rapids).
Other: West MI Co-op, Ada Farmers Market and Grand Rapids' Fulton Street Farmers Market

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