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Flavorlicious

December 3rd, 2011 at 8:17 pm

Nate and Tanya Jobe

Today at the Indoor Farmers Market, I stopped by the Flavorlicious booth. I’ve missed a few markets and hadn’t run across these folks before.

What makes their products different from other baked goods?

It’s what they leave out: gluten, dairy, yeast, etc.

I tried their pumpkin muffins and I really liked them – a good flavor without being overly sweet.

From the Flavorlicious facebook info page:

“In a market dominated by sweet treats filled with sugar, wheat, dairy, yeast, gluten and other chemicals and dyes, it’s easy for those with food allergies and health restrictive diets to feel left out.

Flavorlicious offers all-natural, organic and delicious alternatives free from the common allergens: wheat, gluten, dairy, casein, yeast, lactose, soy and peanuts.

Rest assured, all sweeteners have been chosen responsibly and used sparingly, nor will we ever use toxic chemical sweeteners. Instead, most products are sweetened with agave nectar—a natural syrup from a cactus which is low on the glycemic index and often a safe alternative to most non-insulin dependent diabetics.”

Contact info:

620-340-0083

flavorlicious00@yahoo.com

(in case you are re-typing the e-mail address, it is flavorlicious with zero, zero at the end.)

 

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Just a note: The location of the Emporia Indoor Winter Farmers Market is changing.

Starting … December 17

Lowther South Building (now called the Emporia Humanitarian Center)

Enter through southeast doors, back side of building off Constitution St.

215 W. 6th Ave. Emporia

10 a.m. – 1 p.m.

for more info, check out EmporiaFarmersMarket.org

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  1. Flips
    December 3rd, 2011 at 22:30 | #1

    Wonderful—- how great– & “local” for you also!!!!

  2. December 3rd, 2011 at 22:42 | #2

    I’m glad to hear they’re up and running. Having my own food allergies, it has been discouraging not to be able to buy locally baked goods. Yaaay that we have an alternative now!