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Nova Granola

Gourmet Granola

Named for the supernovas that always caught Jane’s attention, Nova Granola began in 2010 as a search for the perfect granola.

As a runner, a teacher, and a whole food junkie, Jane was always on the lookout for quality foods. But she could never find a granola that was as healthy as it was good, or as good as it was healthy. Each bite came up too oily, sweet, grainy or hard to eat. So she set out to make her own.

With a family recipe in one hand and a vision in the other, she developed a recipe that used only whole, natural ingredients hand-selected by Jane herself. Using a dehydrator for the texture she wanted, she created the granola she had been searching for. And just like that: Nova Granola. Over the next four years, three more flavors were added: Citrus, Mango-Cherry, and Raspberry-Chocolate.

Why Supernovas?

“I am totally in awe of outer space and the beauty that comes from star explosions and galaxy dust. I get just as excited about food as I do about observing nebulae. I believe eating experiences should be as one-of-a-kind and exciting as a supernova.”

—Jane Fenton, Creator, Nova Granola

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Salt Lake City, UT

  • 4567 S. Holladay Blvd.
  • Salt Lake City, UT 84117
  • 425-802-7605

Jane Fenton
Founder & Owner


Her favorite time is breakfast time and her granola is out of this world.

Born in Seattle to parents who loved serving food from their own garden, Jane learned early on that eating in-season and shopping local does a body good. Jane was always drawn to the kitchen, eager to try new recipes and share good food with good company.

In 2008, Jane relocated to Salt Lake City where she worked for five years as a first-grade teacher. She continued to hone her craft of cooking and baking with whole, natural ingredients, while slowly developing her perfect granola.

Today, Jane lives beneath the Wasatch Mountains with her husband and daughter, and she still hasn’t met a breakfast that she didn’t like.