Dude note: To help celebrate and promote Celiac Awareness Month, I will be writing 30 blog posts over 30 consecutive days (weekends excluded) with the theme “30 Days of Helping 30 Celiacs”. Each post will be aimed toward helping one specific person or group of people. If you or someone you know needs help, guidance, advice or a shoulder to cry on, please contact me and I will do what I can to help. On the 31st day, you’re on your own. Totally kidding.
Today’s 30 for 30 blog post is for: My friend, fellow celiac and crazy-busy entrepreneur Jennifer Esposito.
I’ll make today’s post short and sweet…kinda like me…well short anyway 😉
As many of you are most likely aware, Jennifer opened a bakery in NYC about 16 months ago. It’s an absolute haven for those with gluten issues. The food is amazing (and healthy), the atmosphere inviting and yes, you will normally find Jen behind the counter baking away.
I’ve had the privilege of being there a number of times and Jen loads me up on a variety of gluten-free goodies. I have never been remotely disappointed. Her recipes are filled with only the purest, healthiest, organic, non GMO ingredients she could find. And dang they taste delish too!
What many of you may not be aware of is that Jen has partnered with some incredibly talented folks with tons of industry experience and her brand is going national (and soon to be global).
The NYC bakery will still be open for business as usual, but in addition, they now have their own completely gluten-free factory where they’ll be taking her recipes and reproducing them in larger quantity.
What does this mean to you? It means that soon you will be able to order her food online and have it shipped right to your stomachs.
She’ll be starting with just a handful of items as they take things a bit slow to start but will soon be selling all types of cookies, cakes, bagels, breads, mixes, etc. Her partners are masters at packaging and will be able to keep Jen’s food as fresh as fresh gets.
So do me a favor, do Jen a favor and do yourself a favor…go to JennifersWayBakery.com and leave your email address and she’ll notify you as soon as they’re ready to ship.
And while you’re waiting, check out Jen’s latest video below about her bakery. Like her food, it’s good stuff.