About Our Products
Are your products gluten-free?
Yes! All of our products are gluten-free and grain-free :)
Are your products safe for kids to eat?
Absolutely! If your kids have a nut allergy, then please check our ingredients to be sure. :)
Do your products contain allergens?
K.O. Krunch and Gra-POW! Granolas are largely comprised of tree nuts, including coconut, although we do offer nut-free versions. Additionally, certain flavors contain peanuts, while others contain dairy.
All product ingredients are listed for you on each individual product page, so please check those out before adding a product to your cart!
Which sweeteners do you use?
We use a proprietary blend of Organic erythritol and Organic, debittered (enzyme-treated) stevia.
What is erythritol?
Erythritol is a sugar alcohol with the following awesome characteristics:
1) It does not elicit an insulin response
2) It is non-glycemic and thereby will not raise blood sugar
3) Like stevia, it does not contribute to dental plaque
4) It is not absorbed by the gut, meaning that you should not experience an upset stomach by consuming it in moderate amounts
Do you offer wholesale pricing?
Yes! Wholesale pricing is available to retailers and resellers. If you would like to purchase our products at wholesale pricing, please visit this page: Wholesale Inquiries Send us a message, including your expected MOQ and retail info.
What is Keto?
Short for a Ketogenic diet, or ketosis, "Keto" is a term used to describe a WOE, (Way of Eating), that encourages the body to utilize ketone bodies as its primary fuel source. There are numerous types of Ketogenic diets: medical Keto, modified Keto, cyclical Keto, etc., and our products are suitable for anyone, Keto or not. Historically, the term "ketosis" has been confused with "ketoacidosis," a deadly metabolic state, a myth which has egregiously been purported by even reputable sources. Science supports the truth, however, which is that Ketoacidosis, a state in which the blood concentration of ketone bodies is extremely high despite the simultaneous presence of extremely high blood glucose, (i.e., over 250 mg/dL). This state is achievable by Type I Diabetics who are not monitoring their blood glucose and ketone levels, but are consuming a diet consisting of substantial carbohydrate and fat. Other, rare scenarios in which a person can become ketoacidotic include: Advanced cases of Type 2 Diabetes: in the later stages, the pancreas barely produces insulin anymore, if any at all Type 1.5 Diabetes, (i.e., Latent Autoimmune Diabetes of Adults, or LADA): the person was previously diagnosed with insulin resistant-type, (Type 2), diabetes, but later in adulthood, developed autoimmune-type, (Type 1), diabetes; the two pathologies, combined, results in pancreatic damage that over time may manifest as the production of little to no insulin. With all of this being said, even if ketoacidosis could be achieved by a non-diabetic, the limited carbohydrate intake, intrinsic to a Ketogenic diet, would likely disallow he or she from having sustained blood glucose levels over 250 mg/dL.
Where can I find more evidence supporting the keto diet?
A great place to start is at the New York Times best-selling book, Keto Clarity, by Jimmy Moore with Dr. Eric Westman.
When can I expect my order to ship?
Your order will ship within 5 business days from the date of your purchase. If you would like to receive your order sooner, you may also find some of our products available for purchase on Amazon.
About Our Policies
What is your return policy?
Please find our return and refund policies, as well as others, here: