Little Northern Bakehouse, an egg and dairy-free, allergy-friendly baked goods company, announced support of the Celiac Disease Foundation, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to accelerating diagnosis, treatments, and a cure for celiac disease through research, education, and advocacy initiatives.

Celiac disease, a genetic autoimmune disorder in which the ingestion of gluten leads to damage in the small intestine, affects 1 in 100 people worldwide and often goes undiagnosed. It is estimated that 3 million Americans live with celiac disease, but 2.5 million do not know they have it. In support of the Foundation, Little Northern Bakehouse will help raise awareness of this serious disease and provide accessible, gluten-free options for those who need it most. Together, our voices are stronger and our community impact is greater.

“The Celiac Disease Foundation is pleased to work with Little Northern Bakehouse, a company that works hard to support consumers on a gluten-free diet. Our partnership shows Little Northern Bakehouse’s commitment to those who have celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivity. We’re excited to see what we can accomplish together,” states Marilyn G. Geller, CEO of the Celiac Disease Foundation.

“Little Northern Bakehouse is a combination of continuing to share that ah-ha moment of ‘I can have bread back in my life’ and innovation. Our team delivers gluten-free options that aren’t a compromise, and we know that really matters to our community.” —Darren Mahaffy, Chief Marketing Officer.

About Little Northern Bakehouse

Little Northern Bakehouse was founded in 2014 with the belief that everyone should have the freedom to enjoy delicious food regardless of dietary restrictions. Their products are plant-based, egg and dairy-free, use non-GMO ingredients, and don’t use any artificial ingredients. Little Northern Bakehouse believes everyone should be able to enjoy great tasting baked goods in their lifestyles. For more information, visit

About the Celiac Disease Foundation

The Celiac Disease Foundation is the nation’s leading disease advocacy organization for celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivity. Since its founding in 1990, the Celiac Disease Foundation continues to champion many battles: federal recognition of celiac disease and labeling standards for gluten-free foods, improved diagnostic tools, widespread patient and provider education, access to mainstream gluten-free products, and the need for better treatments and a cure. For more information, visit