Cornerstone Continues to Expand Inclusive Menu




The Cornerstone Coffeehouse is expanding options to be more sensitive to different dietary needs. They have long offered gluten-free options, beginning with baked oatmeal, sports bars and peanut butter chocolate chip cookies. Now, almost one-fourth of their pastries are gluten-free and they carry gluten-free bread.

Cornerstone has also become more inclusive of other dietary needs as the years go by. They offer vegan options, and recently started making paleo-friendly and keto-friendly options. They serve Paleo Coffee Cake and Paleo Trail Mix, and are offering a Keto-Friendly Breakfast Biscuit with eggs, sausage and cheese. Nicole Miller says, “Everyone deserves to eat delicious food, no matter what diet they are on or what restrictions they might have!”

Location: 2133 Market St., Camp Hill. For more information, call 717-737-5026, email TheCornerstoneCoffeehouse@gmail.com or visit TheCornerstoneCoffeehouse.com.

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