BOULDER — Etalia Foods LLC, a maker of gluten-free bread and pizza dough available in natural-food grocers and restaurants along the Front Range, has raised $80,000 in capital.
The Boulder-based bread maker is seeking a total of $500,000, according to a Form D filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Aug. 2. BizWest was not able to reach Etalia for comment at time of publication.
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Etalia was founded by Kristin Carman, who started the company after learning of her own gluten intolerance, according to the company’s website.
The brand offers pizza dough, rustic boule and ciabatta rolls.
It can be purchased at Natural Grocers stores throughout Colorado, and retailers such as Cured and Cured West in Boulder. Its gluten-free breads are also served at several restaurants, such as Frasca and West Flanders Brewing Co. in Boulder and Capital Grille and Honor Society in Denver.