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Allergy Information

For anyone with a nut allergy, we caution you that our cookies are made with a nut base. 
For more information about specialty diets and other allergies, please contact our team via email: paulina@anutterone.com

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The Goal

At a'nutter one, our goal is to provide gourmet cookies for everyone; especially for those who can't indulge due to an allergy! As someone with a wheat allergy, my goal has been, and always will be, to create delicious sweets that aren't full of saturated fats, sugars and starches. With that being said, I created a recipe that doesn't taste like it should be gluten-free, but is. I guarantee that you'll be grabbing a'nutter one after your first bite!

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How a'nutter one was born.

At the peak of quarantine, like others, I threw myself in the kitchen and started baking...a lot. With much trial and error, I concocted the perfect cookie. After baking way too many batches throughout the year for my entire family, everyone told me I needed to get this out there, but i hesitated. A few months passed and my home country broke out into war and that's when everything became a reality. I know a Psychologist in Armenia who has a Psychological Center for children and we had been in communication throughout the war. She had opened her facility, welcoming the displaced children of Artsakh and Armenia with open arms. She housed, fed, and clothed over 800 children and their mothers with the help of our fundraisers! With everyone's donations, we raised over $10,000! After so many positive responses, we decided to establish a'nutter one and bring it to the public!

Through the months of October 2020-January 2021, 100% of the proceeds went directly to the Psychological Center to provide what was necessary for the children. Although the war has thankfully been resolved, we still donate a percentage to the facility to ensure that the children who haven't made their way back home, are taken care of; and we will continue to support the Zhest Psychological Center in Yerevan, Armenia indefinitely. 

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