Dania Abimourched’s baking business bloomed out of the Reston Farmers Market in December 2018 when the Reston resident began selling granola bites and other sweets.
A little over two years after her launch,, who has lived in Reston for more than 30 years, is opening a new location for her business, “Dano’s Granola,” in Chantilly.
An open house to celebrate the opening is set for Feb. 8 and will include the chance to try new products and tips on how to use granola in different recipes.
A $5 registration fee will be donated to the charity No Kid Hungry, a DC-based nonprofit organization.
Photo via Dania Abimourched
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