Dave and Rita's
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  Fresh, Crisp Granola

Our line of granola is a paradigm shift away from granola being just a breakfast cereal.

Our selection of granola offers an
all day dining experience!

Firehouse Granola
Our #1 selling granola - hot and spicy! Makes for a great late night snack, used as a rub on steak, trout, sea bass, chicken, pork loin, pork chops, shrimp, prawns and wherever else you'd like a little kick in your crunch.

Peanut Chocolate Chip
For those fun lovers, sprinkle on yogurt and ice cream - reminds me of a nutty buddy.

Maple Walnut
Snack on this alone or on a bed of field greens with a light lime dressing for a great quick healthy lunch.

Cranberry Almond
Makes a refreshing snack or a main breakfast entree.

Red, White and Blue
Go patriotic!

Pecan Golden Raisin
Plump sweet raisins and buttery pecans make this granola a special treat.

Aunt Debbie's Granola
Pink yogurt raisins are included in our base recipe. Part of the proceeds are donated to Breast Cancer Awareness.

Granola Base Ingredients
We start with a base of rolled oats, coconut, sliced almonds or walnuts or pecans, local honey and soybean oil. Additional ingredients are added for specific flavor varieties. The items in our web store include a complete list of ingredients.
  White deer

White Deer Granola Oatmeal
Coconut, almonds, yogurt raisins, and more... Mmm Mmm good!

White Deer Food
Dave and Rita's own homegrown popcorn that is caramelized, with white chocolate, sliced almonds and cranberries.

White Deer Poop
Tempered white chocolate with dates and cranberries. This treat is a big hit during Christmas season, but tastes just as good all year long.

The White Deer Story*

There has been a mystery surrounding the unique herd of white deer living in the former Seneca Army Depot in Seneca County, New York.

Not albinos, the white deer were first spotted about 1941, when the U.S. Army fenced off 24 square miles of land for the Seneca Army Depot, a munitions storage site. Protected by the security fencing, the deer population thrived as did a recessive-gene for white coloration. The deer are actually White-tailed deer who carried the recessive-gene for an all-white coat.

The Seneca Army Depot was shut down in 2000 and has been closed to the public ever since. A non-profit group, Seneca White Deer, Inc., has been fighting to turn the area into a conservation park and Cold War museum. Until then, dozens of deer can still be visible from the highway, frolicking among the hundreds of abandoned bunkers.

* Source: Atlas Obscura.
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