Oprah Journal uplifts central Ohio woman-owned enterprise

Lopaus Point owner Stacie Skinner started her gluten free waffle business five years ago. Named after the coastal neighborhood in Maine where she grew up, Skinner runs her business out of the a kitchen in the Franklin County building that also houses Goodwill Stores in Groveport. She was just recognized by Oprah Magazine as a woman-owned business that makes healthy foods.

Stacie Skinner describes the feeling of amazement that washed above her when she found out her waffle earning firm was honored by O, The Oprah Magazine, a periodical established by legendary television host Oprah Winfrey

“I freaked out,” Skinner claimed. “We fairly a lot started off screaming, we were being so energized. We realized they realized about us, but we had no plan we have been becoming considered for this.”

Lopaus Point has a variety of gluten-free waffles with flavors including banana flax, chocolate chip and wild blueberry.

The monthly publication selected the wildberry waffles built by Skinner’s Lopaus Place for its nutritious living list past month.

“These all-organic delicate and chewy waffles are not only gluten and dairy free of charge, but they also appear in tasty flavors like chocolate chip, wild blueberry, and banana flax,” reads a blurb on the magazine’s site.

Lopaus helps make waffles for clients with certain meals allergy symptoms and insensitivities. The breakfast choices are gluten free, for case in point.