Amanda’s Own Confections was born out of a necessity: one little girl with a life-threatening dairy allergy and parents who refused to let their daughter miss out on the joy of celebrations that are almost defined by chocolate.
Amanda’s parents started making dairy-, tree nut-, peanut-, egg-, and gluten-free chocolate for Amanda. She loved it. They began sharing their allergen-free chocolate with their Westlake, Ohio community of family and friends who have children with food allergies. The response to the great taste and safe ingredients was so overwhelmingly positive that they decided to share their chocolate on a broader scale.
Zenfully good for you, a whole new level of thirst-quenching goodness
Using the finest, Fair Trade and Organic certified tea is just the start of Blue Buddha Beverages. We’re different because we pack each of our four flavors with special blends of herbs to provide four distinct functional benefits; Vitality, Radiance, Serenity and Wellness that are the four pillars of a healthful balance of mind and body. Functional teas provide a benefit beyond basic nutrition. But it’s not just a functional herbal tea; it’s a delicious beverage too. We’ve added fruit and flower essences to create fresh, crisp and uniquely delicious flavors. Lightly sweetened, caffeine-free, high in flavor and only 35 calories in the whole bottle, this is not just another tea.
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There are many things in life that taste good, but few taste great…our cheeses are in the great category. It is not easy to recreate the flavor and rich taste of typical cheese but our customers say we have done it. The good news is that we have done it without the casein, high fats and cholesterol. Ours even melts just like cheese. So next time you are wanting some nachos, mac & cheese or a quesadilla, look for WayFare.
Bee Free Honee
One day in 1999, while trying to make a less sweet version of apple jelly and being a novice with jelly, Katie Sanchez accidentally created something that was definitely not jelly. Not wanting to be wasteful, she ‘canned’ it only to discover in the morning, that what she had was honee!
Years later when she heard about the decline of the bee population, she asked herself two questions, could she reproduce her honee and was there a market for it? She went back to the kitchen and after much trial and error she was able to say that she had a solid recipe. Four years later, when she entered the market she did so with a website, a distributor, and three stores that carried her product. We are excited to see what is to come and we are thrilled that you are along for the ride.