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Timonium-based Michele’s Granola to be sold at Whole Foods stores across the country

Timonium-based Michele’s Granola has landed a national distribution deal with Whole Foods, which will sell its handmade granola at more than 350 stores across 28 states, according to a recent news release.

This will mark the first time that the granola company, which has partnered with Whole Foods for more than a decade within the Mid-Atlantic region, has distributed on the West Coast.

“Whole Foods Market has been a big supporter of my company from our earliest days, and I’m grateful and excited to build on our partnership by distributing our granola into new regions,” said founder Michele Tsucalas in a statement.

The company stated that Tsucalas also will hire more employees to join her 40-person staff, which makes, bakes, packages and distributes the granola by hand.

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