PLUMLEY-based gluten-free bakery Lottie’s Bakehouse is launching its Bake Boxes across the country.

Each box contains a selection of gluten-free goodies, baked fresh in the Bakehouse and delivered direct to customers.

Working out of strictly-controlled, gluten-free premises, the award-winning company, which started out in Knutsford as a kitchen table business, introduced its monthly subscription service at the beginning of October and has been delighted with the response from customers.

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“We decided to do a soft launch initially, trialling the service and making sure the new offering was right for our market,” said owner Marianne Evans, who lives in Rostherne.

“By the end of October we had 16 subscribers, and since then this figure has almost quadrupled.

“The feedback has been amazing, and we decided the time was right to bring our subscription service to a wider audience.”

Marianne’s youngest daughter Lottie is the inspiration behind the brand. Lottie, 10, has coeliac disease, and was diagnosed at 23 months old.

Since launching in 2013 as Mummy Bakes and cutting its teeth on artisan markets across Cheshire, the business has grown from strength to strength and now boasts a major client list.

As well as being stocked by famous London department store Fortnum and Mason, the company supplies numerous local delis, farm shops and cafés including The Lambing Shed, Tatton Park Restaurants, Cranford Café and Café on the Corner.

Lottie’s Bake Boxes can be ordered online at or by email at