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Friday, May 24, 2013

Living Eden in Red Hook: Boutique and Gluten-Free Market

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Living Eden boutique in Red Hook

Pendant for sale at Living Eden

I checked out a brand new store in Red Hook called Living Eden recently. The co-owners Bobbi Jo Forte and Bonnie Schweppe were both there, and their enthusiasm for the fair trade, made-in-the-USA, gourmet goodies they sell is contagious. (Watch out or you may end up buying a lot of cute stuff you didn't plan on buying!)

There are organic cotton shirts with foreign names with their meaning on them and gluten-free play-dough in their small kid's section. Tucked away in a side room is a gluten-free market, with shelves of super healthy gourmet gluten-free items. This beautiful locket with a local map got great buzz on the Hudson Valley Good Stuff page. It's a fun store for browsing and gift shopping. Stop in and check out Living Eden next time you're in Red Hook.

Visit Vanessa Ahern's Hudson Valley Good Stuff blog for more retail therapy suggestions, restaurant reviews, and things to do in the Hudson Valley.

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