Whether it’s allergies or by choice, it’s hard to find gluten-free options sometimes and now, one of the more popular locations is closing. There is good news, though!

Sherry Lynn’s Gluten-Free quickly grew from the small shared building where it started on Route 7 and then, moved to State Street in Schenectady. The gluten-free favorite, according to Reddit, will be closing on July 1st.

No worries, though, you’ll still be able to get Sherry Lynn’s tasty treats online. Since growing and becoming one of the highest-rated gluten-free places in the state, Sherry Lynn’s began selling products to restaurants. As one user on Reddit posted, that revenue has been so great for her business that she’s closing the storefront to focus more on giving products to local restaurants.

The bad news, you no longer go to her one storefront to get products. The good news, her products will be all over the Capital Region to still enjoy. Also, the storefront isn’t closing until July 1st so stock-up on gluten-free products while you can!

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