Granola maker Michele Miller learned firsthand from her Parisian mother (yes, we're envious, too) how important food is to life. After spending years in the restaurant industry, Miller decided it was time to start a new venture and began making granola by hand in the Berkshire hills of Massachusetts. Each bag is bursting with all organic grains so tasty you'll forget that the breakfast bowl is fulfilling your 20% of daily fiber (hate to bring up the F word, but just thought you'd want to know). We love a good cluster as much as the next person, but we're willing to roll with this whole-grain granola's chunk-free style â€" it's a light but satisfying start to the morning. Bonus points: the bag has a cool little scale indicating how much granola you've got left, from "Yes! I've got Bola" to "They ate all my granola!" Sweetened with maple syrup instead of brown sugar, Barely Sweet has less than half the sugar than in classic BOLA granola. Perfect for those mornings when you're feeling extra virtuous â€" but its mellow, nutty maple crunch is so much more appealing than bran. Tip of the Tongue Add some crunch to a bowl of refreshing, creamy Greek yogurt by sprinkling this Barely Sweet granola on top. Drizzle with honey or agave nectar to sweeten things up a bit.