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EatShopGive.com to Feature Gluten-Free Deal on Friday, Oct. 28

Pay $35 for $75 worth of gluten-free baked goods from The Little Bakery. Portion of proceeds benefit NFCA.

The Little Bakery is proud to announce its partnership with EatShopGive.com, a new promotional website with a twist! The bakery will be offering an exclusive deal this Friday, October 28 on their website that can double your money spent at The Little Bakery while at the same time supporting NFCA.

Little Bakery gluten-free browniesThe Little Bakery specializes in a variety of gluten-free cakes, cookies, squares and brownies all hand crafted in a dedicated facility in Blue Bell, PA. Also available are seasonal gluten-free Thanksgiving sides, desserts and appetizers all custom made to order. 

Here's how it works:  EatShopGive.com will be offering $75 worth of gluten-free baked goods from The Little Bakery for a special promotional sale price of $35 on their website. Log onto EatShopGive.com and register for their daily deal, purchase the deal for $35 on their site and redeem at the Little Bakery at a value of $75. 

The twist is that EatShopGive.com takes 10% of the proceeds from sales and donates them to their local charity partner each week.  This week in an exclusive partnership, not only will EatShopGive.com be donating to their weekly cause but the Little Bakery will be donating back to the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) as well!

Click here to find out more: www.EatShopGive.com

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