Stacey and Ben aren’t just out to make paleo-friendly, grain-free packaged foods their passion is to serve up products that taste better than their traditional counterparts. Nailed it! The two saw a glut in the gluten-free market, but no brand that offered grain-free convenience foods that are clean, yummy, sustainably sourced and non-GMO. So they made their own.
“That moment happened for us when we understood the true potential of the paleo/grain-free movement,” says Stacey. “We discovered that it was more than a trend but a true evolution in people seeking out clean products.”
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Longtime friends and foodies Charlie Crystle and Craig Lauer had been dreaming and scheming to start a business with a twopronged goal: to create nutritious, organic foods sourced from their Lancaster, Pennsylvania, community, and to help ease the area’s 30 percent poverty rate with “better-than-living wages.”
Charlie and Craig had us at hiring people out of poverty level.” And then we tasted their certified-organic, locally sourced breads with a few schmears of their peanut-free organic seed spreads. Forget dry and tasteless whole-grain breads: These lofty loaves taste like Grandma’s homemade concoctions stuffed into a bread bag. Though currently sold primarily in Pennsylvania and surrounding states, we suggest you ask your local grocer to check them out.
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