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Gluten-free Better Batter needs help from celiac disease community

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Better Batter Gluten Free Flour was founded by Naomi Poe, and the company makes gluten-free, GMO-free and vegan products. However, Poe recently shared that the company is struggling, and she is reaching out to the celiac disease community for help. The expansion has left the company with bills, and vendors still need to be paid.


Better Batter Gluten Free Flour sells a variety of flour and mix products that include the chocolate cake mix, fudge brownie mix, pancake & biscuit mix and others. The products are made in a dedicated facility, and the company has set up several pricing programs to help people purchase the items after an application process. Better Batter Gluten Free Flour offers an autism pricing program, limited income pricing program, college student program and extraordinary circumstances program. Although the company is dedicated to helping people, it currently needs assistance.

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CEO Naomi Poe explains that vendors have requested to be paid, and the company has to come up with a total of $130,000. Better Batter Gluten Free Flour is in danger of closing, but Poe is trying to save the company. She is requesting that supporters purchase products or make a donation. The company has created an online donation page and is asking for help starting as low as $1. She is also exploring other options such as investors and financing options.

Better Batter Gluten Free Flour’s CEO has shared that she is making progress, and more than 900 people have purchased products or made donations to help save the company. The money was used to pay a vendor, but other bills are still left. Poe continues to ship products and wants to avoid interruptions in the process. If you are able to contribute, then consider making a donation or buying one of the flour or mix products.

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