First Vegan And Gluten-Free Bakery In Northern Michigan To Open

The eatery offers a range of plant-based, allergen-free baked goods
The eatery is allergen-friendly (Photo: Third Coast Bakery)

The first and only vegan, gluten-free and allergen-friendly bakery in Northern Michigan is set to open its doors in Traverse City.

Third Coast Bakery has launched its first brick and mortar location, where it will offer customers a full line of allergen-free baked goods, and a cutting-edge menu of allergen-free, handcrafted coffee drinks.

Following continual requests for a storefront, the bakery has started a crowdfunding campaign in a bid to support the construction and opening of the new location at 525 Munson Avenue.

Bakery

Third Coast Bakery - which was created with the aim to provide delicious treats to everyone, regardless of food sensitivities, allergies, or intolerances - will also include a cake consultation room in its 2,000 square feet space.

Among offerings, the eatery bakes brownies, buns, crackers, cookies, cakes, muffins, scones, as well as special orders such as birthday cakes, party platters, and gift bags.

The bakery also sells direct-to-customer through area farmers' markets and online.

You can support the crowdfunder here

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