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Nate Fisher’s mother struggled growing up with celiac disease. She always said, “I just want to be able to eat like everyone else at the table.” Nate wanted to tackle making great tasting food that is also allergen free. So he and friend Linsey Charlton assembled a team of expert bakers to create a line of delicious, allergen-free products.

Nate’s mom Julia inspired Julia’s table™ Pure Foods, the first-ever line of allergen-free foods.

All the foods by Julia’s table™ taste like home and are plant-based and allergen-free by design. That means everyone at your table can enjoy a meal together.

Co-founders Nate and Linsey run Julia’s table™at the company’s Salt Lake City headquarters. As native Utahans, Nate and Linsey embrace the state’s culture and shared family values. They promise Julia’s table™ products are purely delicious and purposely developed.

All products are gluten free and top 8 allergen free, including breads and rolls, brownies and cookies, and a range of wraps.

Stay tuned as we meet Nate and discuss all things Julia’s table™.

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