We started as a local delivery service. Shopping at local farms and vendors and delivering to homes in The Hamptons.
Now, we sell granola! And some locally delivered gifts as well.
The granola is made every Monday in small batches in Montauk, NY.
We only use whole, natural ingredients in our staple flavors! We do no use any refined sugar and our granola is naturally gluten free.
Each jar is packed with over 50% nuts, seeds, and coconut! We keep it heavy on a good stuff, and light on the oats.
We deliver Tuesday - Friday Montauk - Southampton.
YES! We ship nationwide.
In the pantry!
We source all of our honey from Kutiks Honey Farm in Oxford, NY.
We use organic ingredients whenever possible. Our label does not indicate this as we are not able to always source organic nuts, seeds, and oats.
Yes! We use certified gluten free organic oats.
NO. Our granola is baked in a kitchen that uses gluten (however, not at the same time). All of the ingredients in our granola are naturally gluten fee.
We use dried cherries in our original granola.
Our savory granola is unique as it packs a PUNCH! The savory granola is made with honey but has a kick from cayenne and a hint of rosemary.
We suggest eating it by the best by date on the label for peak freshness. If you are not eating your granola quickly, we suggest storing it in the refrigerator or freezer to help extend its shelf life!
Yes, we do! For all orders over 2 cases (24 jars) we offer wholesale pricing.
At this time, we only sell our jars wholesale.
Both of our flavors are available at Sang Lee Farms on the North Fork. Balsam Farms Montauk Market carries our seasonal flavors and Savory granola.
We sure do! Most of our gifts are fully customized so if you do not see something on our site, please shoot us an email! Hello@thehamptongrocer.com
We sure can! This is one of our favorite things to do. Send us an email and we will make it happen for you. Note that custom gift boxes require at least 24 hours notice and are subject to availability in our schedule. We can also accommodate one-off bulk orders.