Yockenthwaite Granola

Producers of Fine Granola
Yockenthwaite Granola

Yockenthwaite Farm Granola - We've worked with this family run farm based in Skipton, Yorkshire since opening our shop back in 2016 to stock their delicious granola & breakfast cereals.

We’re the Hirds and our family have farmed Yockenthwaite Farm since 1842. As fifth generation hill-sheep farmers we know a thing or two about a hard day’s work and just what’s needed to fuel it.

We started making our own-recipe granola more than ten years ago when visitors staying overnight at the farm enjoyed it for breakfast and kept coming back for more. We added porridge and muesli to the range and have been making more and more ever since!

What started as a diversification to support the farm, here at Yockenthwaite, Langstrothdale in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, has become a new passion for us. Still a small family business (and still happily farming here), we are as committed as ever to creating naturally delicious food, full of the flavour and texture our award-winning range is renowned for.

We hope you enjoy it as much as we enjoy making it for you.

Now in stock in our plastic free pantry, the granola is packaged in recycled honey tubs. The honey is used to make the granola and the tubs can be returned and refilled.

Buy as much or as little as you need using your own container or a brown paper bag provided by us (remember to reuse!) This is exactly what the Paddock is all about and has been since the day we started 8 years ago - supporting local, family run, small businesses to provide as many food options as possible with minimal packaging.

Very good good produce and very reliable delivery. Laura is very flexible when it comes to substitutes which I am very grateful for (and my husband, too). I can thoroughly recommend The Paddock . Thank you Laura & everybody at The Paddock!

— Mrs Taylor

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