Liberated Specialty Foods Now Sold in Over 150 Retailers in 14 States
MADISON, Ala., Dec. 9, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Liberated Specialty Foods, Inc. (Liberated), one of the only food companies in the world focused on grain-free food options, announced today that their products can now be found in over 150 retailers from Manhattan to the San Francisco Bay Area.
Operating out of an 1800 square foot commercial bakery on the backroads just outside of Huntsville, AL, Liberated currently provides 10 food options for those seeking special diets. All of the food they manufacture is based on the "Specific Carbohydrate Diet" (SCD) and is:
Grain (and gluten) Free
Starch Free (no potato, tapioca, or other starches)
Only sweetened with raw honey or fruit
Made without any genetically modified ingredients
Made with no artificial ingredients
Stacey Schlaman, Founder stated, "Our main inspiration for the company was to help provide food options for people suffering from auto-immune issues like Crohn's and Colitis, or those that had food allergies."
Schlaman had no idea how quickly or popular her food would become. She continues, "I originally thought I'd be doing a little farmers market type of enterprise. But six months after opening the doors, we had to start construction on an adjacent warehouse to keep up with the demand."
Now sold in retail outlets like Whole Foods, Raley's, and The Health Nut's, Schlaman has hired over a dozen bakers to help her keep up. "I'm just really happy that we can be there for our special customers," said Schlaman.
Liberated Specialty Foods offers food directly from its bakery, direct ship via its online store, and through Amazon, in addition to being sold through retailers.
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SOURCE Liberated Specialty Foods, Inc.
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