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Organic, Vegan Bakery in Huntington, NY

Wild Flours Bake Shop

Wild Flours Bake Shop

In a walk through Huntington village today I found a number of interesting new organic and vegan places.

The Wild Flours Bake Shop at 11 New Street, Huntington, NY 11743 has a mixture of organic, vegetarian, vegan, locally-sourced,  and gluten-free baked goods.  Here is the decsription from their website: 

Like our products, our bake shop was developed with the well-being of the environment as well as the wellness of our customers in mind.

Our plates, cups, and utensils are made from corn, and therefore are biodegradable. Our bakery boxes are made from 100% recycled materials and we use unbleached products, including parchment paper, wherever possible. In addition, Wild Flours recycles all possible glass, containers and products used in order to reduce the amount of waste produced by our shop.

Upon request, we can bake and provide your pies in a stainless steel pie plate instead of aluminum. At a minimum, we use organic, fair trade, and / or socially responsible coffee, unrefined sugar, and chocolate. We also support Long Island by buying as many locally produced items as possible. Our coffee, tea, and baked goods are made with filtered water and we rarely use a microwave. Non-toxic cleaning agents are used in our kitchen as well as in our customer service area.

Eco-friendly stain, natural wood, and building materials were used in the renovation of the Wild Flours space.

Walking north across Main Street, the Spice Village Grill, 281 Main Street, Huntington, NY 11743 is ast the corner of Wall Street. The restraunt has a selection of Vegetarian and Vegan (marked “V”) selections:

Spice Village Grill

Spice Village Grill

Walking a little farther north I cam across the mysterious looking Black Lantern Lounge and Sushi Den which advertises organic faire.  From the videos it look a little too hip, noisy, and under-dressed for my speed.

Black Lantern

Black Lantern

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