Anyone know why they closed?
Wild Prairie Bakery Closed(6 posts)
I assume they could not sustain their expensive baked goods. Vegan/gluten free bakeries exploded, but people who could afford those things declined. I know someone who is a celiac and sometimes eats gluten anyways because she simply can't afford to eat correctly.
Wheatless in Seattle is closing their retail store, but they are hanging in there both because they've got an in to sell wholesale to other retail stores and because she caters to *many* allergies. You can get milk free, soy free, gluten free, etc.
Noooooo!!!!! I loved that place.
Went in there once. Had a cookie, I believe I liked it at the time. That space doesn't have luck holding tenants it seems like.
Nora - your avatar cat cracks me up. Like "did someone say salmon?"
Phoo, I've noticed that "normal" grocery stores are carrying many more gluten-free products, and likely at prices substantially cheaper than the specialty bakeries -- I bet that's had an effect.
Of course, if this Jensen's Smokehouse fire thing is bad, maybe Jensen's will reincarnate in one of the closed shops.
Definitely an excellent avatar, NB!
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