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Allergy Orchard Opens in Willow Street

Allergy Orchard recently opened in Kendig Square, Willow Street, featuring a range of foods that are free from the most common allergens, such as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, dairy, eggs, fish, shellfish and soy. Products are clearly labeled, with information about the manufacturer and a QR code for anyone who wants to quickly find out more about the brands.

Items available for purchase include a variety of alternatives to wheat flour, including sorghum, rice flour and corn flour, specialty pastas and an array of baked goods. Cheese alternatives are stocked in the refrigerated section.

Allergy Orchard is owned by Tammy Gingras-Moore and Karen Di Pace, two local mothers who decided to open a store location that caters to people with food allergies after Gingras-Moore struggled to find appropriate products for her child with food allergies.

Location: Kendig Square, 2600 Willow Street Pk., Ste. 303, Willow Street. For more information, call 717-824-4712, email or visit


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