Alter Eco Foods, a chocolate-centric food company that helps mitigate climate change through regenerative agriculture and carbon sequestration, entered a new product category that reportedly brings clean and green ingredients to the breakfast aisle: Organic Granola. Alter Eco's granola is sweetened naturally with date powder and monk fruit and contains no added sugar. They are available in three flavors — Dark Chocolate, Cashew Butter and Cinnamon Raisin — all made with USDA Certified Organic ingredients that support regenerative agriculture.

"We made this granola the Alter Eco way," says Antoine Ambert, senior director of innovation & sustainability. "With our new, certified climate neutral granola, we're bringing our expertise in regenerative agriculture to the U.S. and expanding our impact closer to home."

Inside its Post-Consumer Recycled plastic packaging are clean ingredients: no soy, corn or artificial ingredients, no added or fake sugars. 

Alter Eco's new line of Organic Granolas are available now with an SRP of $7.49 per 8-oz online at and at Whole Foods.

 Alter Eco says it is dedicated to pioneering a better way of doing business as a force for change by practicing a full-circle approach to sustainability throughout its operations and supply chain through four pillars: producing only organic and non-GMO foods with regenerative farming practices, creating minimal waste by working towards 100% compostable packaging, sourcing using Fair Trade principles and in-setting carbon emissions by means of large-scale reforestation/conservation programs in the cooperatives that produce its crops.