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Although we opened in January 2011, we really began years ago when founder Tim Lawson and five of his children were diagnosed with celiac disease. Tim and his children know first hand how difficult eating gluten free can be and soon discovered that most gluten-free baked goods taste like cardboard and are extremely expensive. In an effort to bring “real” tasting pancakes, cookies, and sandwiches back to her husband and children, co-owner Nicole Lawson turned her kitchen into a laboratory, spending hours mixing new concoctions and trying out new experiments. Eventually, she struck gold and began creating gluten free bread, pancakes, brownies, cookies, and other goodies her children and the especially picky Tim would eat. When she and Tim shared their newly discovered yummies with other celiac friends and family members, everyone only had one thing to say: People have GOT to try this.

After talking to people and doing loads of research, the Lawson family realized they actually COULD begin marketing their products and bringing affordable and delicious gluten free baked goods to people with gluten intolerances everywhere. Our primary research is what our celiac kids have to say, what our friends tell us, and what our customers like and want.

We know the seriousness of celiac disease and what a terrifying affect even traces of gluten can have on someone with any gluten intolerance. As such, we work each day to bring more ease to your gluten free diet. We love hearing back from people and are happy to answer questions about our product, our company, and anything you might want to know about celiac disease, gluten intolerances, or eating gluten free.

Feel free to comment, email or call us anytime.


2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Jenny  |  February 16, 2012 at 2:44 am

    My son was diagnosis 2 weeks ago after being out of school for a month with stomach pain…..I went to Macey’s this morning and was very excited to see your product!!

    • 2. New Grains Gluten Free Bakery  |  February 16, 2012 at 2:26 pm

      We are so glad that you found the diagnoses and we can be there for you. The first while is always the toughest. We trust he is on the mend and able to focus more in school now. If you have any questions, just ask. Also, there is a local support group, the Gluten Intolerance Group of Utah County. Monthly meetings and support. http://www.gfutah.org


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