Going Nuts, the Portuguese brand of healthy and artisanal products, has undergone a makeover and has some exciting news to delight breakfast and snack enthusiasts.
The almond has been removed from the logo to give the brand a “new, more natural and professional image, without neglecting its artisanal quality,” says Constança Bastos, founder of Going Nuts, in an interview with Versa.
Despite the new look, the focus remains on “flavor and quality, because that’s what defines Going Nuts,” and this is evident in their famous nut butters – hazelnut and cocoa; peanut and cocoa; peanut; and almond – as well as their coveted granolas.
In addition to the nut, pepita, and cocoa granolas, a new combination of puffed rice and almond has been introduced through a special partnership with nutritionist Iara Rodrigues.
“Our values are aligned: to have a balanced and healthy life, so it was the perfect partnership,” says Constança. It was the nutritionist who chose the ingredients for the granola – oat flakes, a mix of sunflower seeds, almonds, puffed rice, honey, coconut oil, and cinnamon – which is the recipe Iara “usually prepares for herself,” according to the brand’s founder.
The new granola is now available on the Going Nuts website and on Glovo, priced at €9.50. If you need ideas on how to use it, you can turn to the various recipes published on the brand’s website or on Instagram.