It's All Good Goods

Rachel Di Martino

It’s All Good Goods Products have been Certified Gluten-Free by the Gluten-Free Food Program (GFFP) since 2022, and the National Celiac Association endorses the GFFP certification program.


In my family, we were planning dinner before we finished eating lunch. That’s just how it was. For as long as I can remember, I’ve been PASSIONATE about eating and baking and creating in the kitchen. Even when my skin and my gut didn’t love it so much.

Between us, I was addicted to bread and sweets.

Becoming a mother gave me consciousness around food. I began making more and more food from scratch, sourcing ORGANIC and LOCAL. I found I love sharing delicious but still healthy food with people. It provided real joy.

Then something happened that equal parts freaked me out and inspired me: people started telling me I should sell it. I just thought they were being polite…IN A BLESS YOUR HEART KIND OF WAY.

Without thinking about it too much, I sent a bag of granola home with a friend. They sent a picture back of their daughter with her hand in the bag and a giant smile on her face. Seeing that 5 year-old’s face light up because it was yummy, not because it was made organic with no processed anything, made me think that this is how ALL food should be. That’s when I officially started IT’S ALL GOOD.​

Sharing my initial product line was fun and rewarding, but I still didn’t feel GOOD. The same health problems I had as a kid were still with me. I saw doctors from time to time, but Western medicine didn’t have a clue and I was too busy to figure it out. Eventually, I was lucky to find an amazing dermatologist who diagnosed me with CELIAC DISEASE. I immediately went completely GLUTEN-FREE.

  • Almond Bites
  • Almond Shorty Cookies
  • Baguette
  • Boule
  • Classic Sandwich Sour Dough Bread
  • Cocoa Bites
  • Everything but Gluten Cookies
  • Granola
  • Seeded Sour Dough Bread
  • Sourdough Biscuits
  • Sourdough Chocolate Chip Cookies
  • Sourdough Chocolate Chip Cookies (frozen)
  • Sourdough Crackers with a Hint of Rosemary
  • Pumpkin Donuts



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