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Alex Crosier's latest Granola Lab product was inspired by a difficult-to-find street-cart snow cone flavor. "The carts always have a few standard flavors: lemon, coconut, cherry," she says, "but sometimes, if you're really lucky, they'll have tamarind." Well, she thought, why not tamarind granola?