Los Osos, CA, May 13, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Michele Fellows, owner and founder of Sweet Alexis- the popular wholesaler and distributor of allergen-free baked goods- is no stranger to the dire consequences associated to food allergies. Alexis, Michele’s seven year old daughter, suffers from life threatening food allergies, and is the reason Michele started a bakery that catered to the sweet tooth of those who are often unable to enjoy such treats. Throughout Michele’s journey from “Mom” to “entrepreneur,” the Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network (FAAN) was one of her major sources for information.
This year, Michele and Sweet Alexis are pleased to participate in the 12th Annual Food Allergy Awareness Week. In honor of “Take Actions, Prevent Reactions” week, Sweet Alexis is giving back to the community by offering all visitors to its online store 20% off any purchase May 10-16, 2009. Simply use the code “Aware” during check-out.
Sweet Alexis isn’t just a place to search for sweet treats; SweetAlexis.com shares resources to increase awareness and understanding of children with food allergies. Twelve million Americans suffer from food allergies, three million of which are under the age of 18. As an allergy-conscious bakery, Sweet Alexis takes pride in educating the general public about the awareness and understanding of food allergies.
About Sweet Alexis
Sweet Alexis- a leading maker of allergen-free baked goods- is focused on making delicious food accessible to people who suffer from egg, dairy, peanut and tree nut allergies, while increasing awareness and understanding of children with food allergies.
Located in Los Osos, CA, Sweet Alexis was created by mom, Michele Fellows, whose daughter, Alexis, suffers from life-threatening food allergies. Information about Sweet Alexis and its products can be found on the web at http://www.SweetAlexis.com.