FROM OUR FOUNDER
At Lopaus Point we make the most delicious gluten free waffles. My company is named after where I grew up on the coast of Maine. My most fond childhood memories are those spent with my mother, Eva, in our Lopaus Point kitchen. I recall picking wild blueberries in the summer, canning fresh garden vegetables for the long winter ahead and the smell of the salty ocean air on Lopaus Point. The name Lopaus Point is a tribute to the love we shared for one another and the joy that came from cooking together.
I am a food allergy parent and advocate. My son was diagnosed with special diet needs at a young age. Disappointed with the options that were available, I created our delicious and nutritious waffles in my home kitchen with ingredients you likely have in your own pantry. Since the beginning, we have included team members with special needs. We are dedicated to providing training and jobs to people in our community that are often overlooked. Have a question or something to share with me? Email me! Hello@lopauspoint.com
OUR FACILITY & MORE
Our waffles are prepared in our GFCO and OU Kosher certified facility that is dedicated to only gluten free production.
Of the 9 major allergens, as defined by the FDA, our facility processes and our waffles contain 2 allergens: Egg and Almond (tree nut).
Our founder’s family has been impacted by both food allergies and intolerances. We take both very seriously. If you have a question or concern regarding an ingredient or processing, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our waffles are handmade in small batches. For this reason, our shapes and sizes can vary slightly. We flash freeze our waffles shortly after being baked to lock in freshness and flavor. Lopaus Point waffles do not contain preservatives. Over an extended period of time in natural products, it is expected flavor may deteriorate. Your best taste experience will be prior to the best by date——if they even last nearly that long!
Ice happens (for a good reason)
Lopaus Point uses whole, organic fruit to lightly sweeten our waffles. Due to the higher moisture of whole fruit, ice will likely form, especially if there has been a slight temperature change. This will not affect the flavor or texture of your waffle after toasting. Other companies use either sugar or fruit juice concentrate (industry pretty word for sugar) to sweeten and therefore they have a drier waffle with less nutrition.