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Locally Made Winner 2015

SERENDIPTY MAGAZINE|FEATURES, LOCALLY MADE|10 JULY 2015

When Shelley Schulz’s son was diagnosed with autism at age three, she committed to doing everything she could to help.  The result has been a business started out of necessity, that sources the best ingredients, locally when possible. “My company started with meaning, and now it has meaning to other people.”

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The Healing Kitchen

a scotts corners shop born of necessity

JENNIFER MOORE STAHLKRANTZ | TOWNVIBE / JULY-AUGUST 2014

Step inside Healing Home Foods in Scotts Corners, and you’re likely to run into someone you know. In the storefront, you’ll find bicyclists hydrating with cold-pressed juices and parents stocking up on gluten-free granola, crackers, almond milk, and hummus. Through the plate-glass window, you may spy a dozen passionate mothers from Bedford and Pound Ridge who pitch in with everything from bookkeeping to mixing up vegan avocado-chocolate pudding. And, chances are, you’ll also meet John Schulz, the irrepressibly-friendly, chief cheerleader and helpmate to his wife, the founder of HHF, Shelley Schulz.

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The Hudson Valley’s Best Granola Brands

ROSEMARY O. FERNANDEZ | HUDSON VALLEY MAGAZINE | JUNE 2014

The word “granola” often conjures up images of health-conscious eaters devouring bowls of crunchy grain for breakfast, or stalwart hikers nibbling on tasteless bars to keep themselves moving along the trail. Of course, the slang meaning of the word has come to refer to a left-leaning, tree-hugging, co-op loving environmentalist — in other words, a modern-day hippie.

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