I got a job with a company you might know…Posted on August 3rd, 2010 by Alison Read 15 Comments - Add Your Own »
I have some exciting news about myself! After many years of writing this blog and doing consulting and giving away a lot of free advice, I landed a part-time job with my favorite gluten-free company on the planet — Pamela’s Products.
If you are a longtime reader of my blog, you know that I have been a fan of Pamela’s since the beginning: I wrote a rave review of the Bread Mix, and shared how to use it to make focaccia, Thanksgiving stuffing, hamburger buns, hot dog buns, a gingerbread house, my Grandma Anne’s butterhorns, and a Valentine’s pizza. I regularly use the Chocolate Cake mix to create my go-to cupcakes, and birthday cakes in the forms of butterflies, fish, and mermaids! I have recommended the Cornbread and the decadent cheesecakes, and like many others in the gluten-free community, I too love that ever-so-popular Baking and Pancake Mix (the best gf pancakes hands down!)
Needless to say, I am proud and happy to be part of a company that has pioneered gluten-free foods for over 20 years and that has also set the bar for how good gluten-free foods can taste. Not only do I get to represent a quality company that has helped people’s lives, but I get to further my own goals of education and awareness about celiac disease and gluten intolerance.
You might be wondering…
What does that mean for Sure Foods Living?
I will continue to write as much as I can. I love writing for my blog and have put so much hard work into it. I might have to watch less TV. Or stop doing laundry.
Does this mean you will only write about Pamela’s Products?
No, I use so many different products in my house and I will continue to write about what stands out to me. I believe there is room for many companies in the gluten-free world and hope that we as consumers continue to have variety! Aside from this post, I plan to keep my blog separate from my work at Pamela’s. I will continue to write with honesty and integrity!
So, if I seem less available, know it is because I am helping to bring gluten-free products to more places, and raising awareness along the way… but I’m sure I’ll still manage to give some free advice.