Midtown Resident, Frances Shaw, has taken her battle with allergies and made a booming food business out of it. According to a written statement, “Frances Shaw began Frannie’s Gluten Free in September 2010. As she dealt with multiple medical problems, including celiac disease, she saw a need for delicious baked goods that can be enjoyed by those with food allergies.”
In an announcement, the Midtown Patch learned that Midtown resident and entrepreneur, Frances Shaw is expanding the distribution of Frannie’s Gluten Free Muffins to Stationside at Terminal West. Now area residents and businesses can enjoy these treats at lunch and concert-goers can enjoy a snack without worrying about any food allergies. You may also find the muffins in Kroger stores throughout the Southeast in their natural foods section as well as local stores like Piece of Cake, Return to Eden, and Hippo Hop.
Frances told Midtown Patch that she partnered with a local allergen-free bakery that prepares all her muffins. Frances wants to highlight that all her products are individually wrapped for convenience, for those on the go, and to prevent the risk of contamination of any other products that may contain allergens.
Midtown residents along with everyone citywide with allergies, are fortunate that so many locations will offer Frannie’s Gluten Free Muffins.
Frances intends to continue to make people aware that there are great tasty choices for those with food allergies. You will see the Midtown entrepreneur and her brand this year at various festivals, walks, and fundraisers. The next event where you can find Frannie’s Gluten Free Muffins will be at Atlantic Station Food Allergy Awareness Network happening later this month.