Growing up on a Midwestern farm, Anne Croy is no stranger to delicious, homemade food. She recalls watching winter wheat from her backyard being ground into flour and used for supper. “These activities inspire the work I do today,” she says. Anne’s granola is soft and sweet with a satisfying crunch and surprising flavors like turmeric and coffee. You’ll love it with a splash of milk, on ice cream, or even by itself. But Anne’s work goes far beyond making delectable homemade goods. Her daughter Maliea lives with Usher’s Syndrome, a rare disease that so far does not have a cure. With the help of her granola business, Anne works closely with the Usher Syndrome Coalition to raise awareness and promote research for the important cause. We’re proud to spread the word about Usher’s Syndrome and get Anne’s delightful treat to your kitchen.