THREE TABLE SPOONS - A smart baking company


Three Tablespoons’ Foodservice Division is proud to offer its expanding line of gourmet vegan and allergy friendly (nut free, wheat free, gluten free etc.) bakery products to restaurants and foodservice operations of all shapes and sizes.
Serving diners, grocery stores, restaurants, schools, business dining facilities, hospitals and more, Three Tablespoons offers the highest quality ready-to-bake treats with no mixing necessary. Our products do not even need to thaw!
To learn more about partnering with us and to discuss your bulk specifications, please contact us. Product available in 64 oz, 96 oz, 128 oz and 2 Gallon containers.

As of 2008, 3.2% of U.S. adults, or 7.3 million people, follow a vegetarian-based diet. Approximately 0.5%, or 1 million of those are vegans, who consume no animal products at all. In addition, 10 percent of U.S., adults, or 22.8 million people, say they largely follow a vegetarian-inclined diet. Of the non-vegetarians surveyed, 5.2%, or 11.9 million people, are “definitely interested” in following a vegetarian-based diet in the future. (1) Food allergy is a growing public health concern in the U.S. Though reasons for this are poorly understood, the prevalence of food allergies and associated anaphylaxis appears to be on the rise.

Peanut allergy doubled in children over a five-year period (1997-2002). Research suggests that food-related anaphylaxis might be underdiagnosed. An increasing number of school students have diagnosed life-threatening allergies.
A 2007 study has shown that milk allergy may persist longer in life than previously thought. Of 800 children with milk allergy, only 19% had outgrown their allergy by age 4, and only 79% had outgrown it by age 16.

  • More than 12 million Americans have food allergies. That’s one in 25, or 4% of the population.
  • The incidence of food allergy is highest in young children – one in 17 among those under age 3.
  • About 3 million children in the U.S. have food allergies. The CDC reported that food allergies result in over 300,000 ambulatory-care visits a year among children.
  • Eight foods account for 90% of all food-allergic reactions in the U.S.: milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts (e.g., walnuts, almonds, cashews, pistachios, pecans), wheat, soy, fish, and shellfish.

There is no cure for food allergies. Strict avoidance of food allergens and early recognition and management of allergic reactions to food are important measures to prevent serious health consequences.
Even trace amounts of a food allergen can cause a reaction. (2) Additionally, an increasing number of parents of children with Autism, ADD, and ADHD are removing wheat from their children’s diet.

(1) Harris Poll
(2) Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network