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  • What type of products do you offer?
    We currently offer products that are made with gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan, soy-free and/or peanut-free, ingredients. We also offer products that are low-fodmap, paleo friendly or sugar-free.
  • Where are you located?
    We are located in South Haven, Michigan.
  • Do you work out of a certified gluten-free, dairy-free and/or other Allergen-free kitchen?
    Currently, I do not. Meaning, that when I am not working, gluten, dairy, soy, peanut and/or treenut products may be present. However, I am servsafe certified and practice rigorous cleaning regimens that are up to standard with Michigan Restaurant & Lodging Association.
  • Do you ship?
    Yes! All shipping will be sent overnight. However, the customer will be responsible for shipping costs.
  • How can I place my order?
    I currently take orders through social media and email. Online ordering will be coming soon!
  • Can I request specific substitutes?
    Absolutely! However, it must be noted that if different substitutes are used that are not in the original recipe, could effect the taste and texture of the product.
  • What type of sweeteners do you use in your baked goods?
    What sweetner I use depends on the item. the main sweetner in many of the items is coconut sugar. However, I also use maple syrup, unsweetened apple sauce, banana's, or coconut oil. Granulated cane sugar is also used in a few of the items.
  • Do you offer delivery or pick up?
    Yes, both! There will be an additional fee depending on the location and distance of the delivery that is outside of a 10 mile radius of South Haven. Order pickup is also available. Please inquire for more information about Pickup locations.
  • What egg substitutes do you use?
    I use primarily use flaxseed as an egg substitute. Although, I do use chia seed in some recipes as well as traditional eggs.
  • What are cottage food businesses?
    According to the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, Michigan's Cottage Food Law, PA 113 of 2010 exempts a "cottage food operation" from the licensing and inspection provisions of the Michigan Food Law. A cottage food operation still has to comply with the labeling, adulteration, and other provisions found in the Michigan Food Law, as well as other applicable state or federal laws, or local ordinances. Under the Cottage Food Law, non-potentially hazardous foods that do not require time and/or temperature control for safety can be produced in a home kitchen (the kitchen of the person's primary domestic residence) for direct sale to customers at farmers markets, farm markets, roadside stands or other direct markets.
  • Are you a cottage food business or commercial business?
    I have run Tranquil Tummy Confections as a cottage food business since its formation in July 2021. In 2023 I became servsafe certified and have started transitioning into a commercial business. While I still take part in local farmers markets and craft shows, I am currently running Tranquil Tummy Confections as a commercial business.
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