Love That Spice Partners with The Floured Apron




Marlena Jayatilake

Love That Spice offers gourmet tea, spices and now also tasty bakery items from The Floured Apron (TheFlouredApron.org), a local nonprofit bakery job training program for underserved women in Winnetka, to which they donate 100 percent of the proceeds of each sale.

        Love That Spice focuses on the power of ancient spices, herbs and teas; not just for culinary use, but also as a great source of healing. Their soothing, bestselling Anti-Inflammation Herbal Tea Blend, handcrafted with organic spices and herbs, helps fight inflammation, ease joint pain and provide copious antioxidants, says owner Marlena Jayatilake

        Chronic inflammation speeds aging and causes health disorders; people that have degenerative diseases often have high quantities of pro-inflammatory markers in their blood. Some herbs and spices function as anti-inflammatory remedies, and when used regularly, may help alleviate symptoms.

To celebrate their fourth anniversary, customers receive 15 percent off when they order online at LoveThatSpice.com during Nov. Location: 1893 Sheridan Rd., Highland Park. For more information, call 847-780-4658. See ad on page 41.

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