Rise in Celiac Disease Prompts New Randolph, MA Gluten-free Bakery

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Real Estate Agent with Massachusetts Buyers Broker Agency, LLC

All Can Eat, a Randolph, MA bakery and cafe opened this month to cater to people with food allergies.

The cakes, brownies and muffins lining the shelves of the bakery are free of gluten, nut, soy, sesame and genetically modified organisms (GMOs), and many products are also free of dairy, sugar, egg, and yeast.

The owner, George Moufarrej, said the rise in celiac disease prompted him to open his unique bakery.  Those with a gluten allergy or intolerance,  often in the form of celiac, cannot eat the protein found in wheat, rye, and barley. 

The bakery has so far been a success.  Many customers drive 1 -2 hours to stock up on goods.  

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