About Us

New Grains Gluten Free Bakery is a family owned business located in Provo, UT.  Over the Past 7 years we here at New Grains Gluten Free Bakery believe we have created a very intuitive list of products to serve your dietary needs.  We are a Gluten-Free (100% Dedicated) Fresh Bakery distributing to stores & individuals nationwide.  Changing peoples lives one ‘loaf’ at a time.

Although the bakery opened in January 2011, it really began years ago when founder Tim Lawson and five of his children were diagnosed with celiac disease. Tim and his children know first hand how difficult eating gluten-free can be and soon discovered that most gluten-free baked goods taste like cardboard and are extremely expensive. In an effort to bring “real” tasting pancakes, cookies, and sandwiches back to her husband and children, co-owner Nicole Lawson turned her kitchen into a laboratory, spending hours mixing new concoctions and trying out new experiments. Eventually, she struck gold and began creating gluten-free bread, pancakes, brownies, cookies, and other goodies her children and the especially picky Tim would eat. When she and Tim shared their newly discovered yummies with other celiac friends and family members, everyone only had one thing to say: People have GOT to try this.

After talking to people and doing loads of research, the Lawson family realized they actually COULD begin marketing their products and bringing affordable and delicious gluten-free baked goods to people with gluten intolerances everywhere. The primary source of research has been what our celiac kids have to say, what our friends tell us, and what our customers like and want.

The Lawson Family knows firsthand the seriousness of celiac disease and what a terrifying affect even traces of gluten can have on someone with any gluten intolerance. As such, New Grains Gluten Free Bakery works each day to bring more ease to your gluten-free diet.

We love hearing back from people and are happy to answer questions about our product, our company, and anything you might want to know about celiac disease, gluten intolerances, or eating gluten-free.

Feel free to comment, email or call us anytime. Also, please visit Our Story page to learn firsthand the life’s behind the founders of New Grains Gluten Free Bakery and why doing business with them, is good business.


Visit us on our Contact Us page and see the faces behind New Grains Gluten Free Bakery by visiting us on Our Team page.


  • rachel () Reply ·

    hi! just curious where your xanthan gum is derived from. i cant have corn pr products derived from corn so xanthan gum containing products are usually out unless they are not derived from corn. if possible, are you able to tell me about the xanthan gum in your products? thank you so much!

    • New Grains () Reply ·

      Thank you Rachel for your question. The owner replied to you personally. Let us know if you have any questions.

    • New Grains () Reply ·

      Hello Carol,

      We would love to have you try our products. We do offer a coupon code for various promotions throughout the year and those subscribed to our Newsletter get first word of these.

  • vivian () Reply ·

    I love your story! Thanks for the care in your products! I am looking for products made that do not use the regular synthetic yeast, but made only with real, natural yeast start. Does your bakery have any of these products?

    • New Grains () Reply ·

      No, unfortunately gluten free flours don’t create enough natural yeast to do just a natural yeast start. Thank you for your comments. We love to hear from our Gluten Free family!

  • Chris () Reply ·

    Hello. Can your breads be refrigerated and /or frozen? And, will they taste the same when they are defrosted? Thank you so much.

    • New Grains () Reply ·

      Hello Chris, Thank you for the question. We get this one often. The answer is Yes and they do taste great after defrosted. We have many customers who do this. They order in bulk online (ends up being just as inexpensive if not more than buying in the store) and they store extras in the freezer. We’ve gotten many people giving positive feedback that they have no problems doing this. Thank you Chris and let us know if you have anymore questions.

    • New Grains () Reply ·

      Hello Jennie, all of our products under the “vegan friendly” category are dairy free as well. If you have any doubts on any product, please refer to the ingredients section listed on each product to know exactly what’s in it. Thank you

  • Mybabydoll1661 () Reply ·

    I am allergic to yeast. Not sure which one, but do know that I can’t have beer without itching. Any way to get bread without yeast?

  • Cindy Knickerbocker () Reply ·

    I sent an email through Etsy a couple of days ago and haven’t received a reply. I asked about the xanthan gum product you use and if it is GMO free or no?


    • New Grains () Reply ·

      The reality is the #1 GMO vegetable in the world is corn. That being said the majority of the Xanthan gum come from corn. But keep in mind that Xanthan gum is created by using the sugar in sweet corn and introducing a bacteria that processes that sugar. They say there are no corn proteins left after the bacteria is done fermenting but there are people that are really sensitive and have corn allergies that do react to the Xanthan Gum anyway.

  • CA Kemp () Reply ·

    Hi! I just tried your bread the other day from Maceys. Hands down THE best GF I have had. Especially the sourdough. I live just a couple blocks from your bakery. Do you allow for pick ups?

  • Norine () Reply ·

    My husband discovered your sourdough bread yesterday at our local store. I have sorely missed sourdough since I had to go gf several years ago. Yours is nothing short of wonderful! Thank you for making such a delicious product. I live in Riverton, UT. Where is your closest retail outlet from where I live?

    • New Grains () Reply ·

      Thank you Norine for your comments. We have maceys WJ, Harmon’s, and Peterson’s in Riverton that we service. Please feel free to reach back out if you have any other questions.

  • Stephanie () Reply ·

    I am wondering if you have a place I can come in and purchace in person or do I just order online?
    I live in provo ut

    • New Grains () Reply ·

      It is actually manufactured in China through Ticaxan®. Ticaxan® Xanthan 200 EC is a high molecular weight glucomannan gum which is derived from Xanthomonas campestris by a pure-culture
      fermentation process. It contains no milk, eggs, fish, wheat, gluten, tree nuts, peanuts, soybeans, or Crustacean shellfish.

      Thank you,
      New Grains

  • New Grains () Reply ·

    We are sorry to hear that. Our breads generally last up to 90 days in the freezer. If they are left longer than that, they can be subject to mold.

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