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No-gluten dream grows with Scotia bakery’s new digs

Laurie's Gluten-Free Goodness Bakery is moving to 220 Vley Rd, Scotia, less than a mile from their original  store located at  South Ten Broeck St. This location is in the old Blair Lumber building and is a spot three times a big. Laurie's is a gluten free bakery. Here Laurie & her husband Chester Kielkowski finish attaching a vinyl sign in front of the store, due to open in the next week or two.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Laurie's Gluten-Free Goodness Bakery is moving to 220 Vley Rd, Scotia, less than a mile from their original store located at South Ten Broeck St. This location is in the old Blair Lumber building and is a spot three times a big. Laurie's is a gluten free bakery. Here Laurie & her husband Chester Kielkowski finish attaching a vinyl sign in front of the store, due to open in the next week or two.
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Owners of a family-run gluten-free bakery are hoping to expand its business and will soon reopen in a location almost three times the size of their old spot. “When I first started I was just going to do one kind of bread, muffins and some cookies,” said Laurie Kielkowski, co-owner of Laurie’s Gluten-Free Goodness, which was originally conceived as a home business. Now the Scotia business is moving less than a mile from its 350-square-foot ...


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