Noble Becomes First Local Restaurant to Remove All Artificial Colors and Flavors from Entire Menu
For Immediate Release:
Wyoming, Nov. 2, 2015 – Noble, a breakfast and lunch restaurant owned by Andrew Lamppa, breaks the mold of most restaurants by aiming to be a leader in serving clean food. Operating under the moniker of 44th St. Diner in the past, the name changed this fall to reflect the transition to serving clean food. Along with artificial colors and flavors, MSG, high fructose corn syrup, and artificial nitrates have been eliminated from the menu.
“We believe what you put into your body is very important. By eliminating the junk that is in our food, we are able to feel better about what we are serving and also have a more allergy-friendly establishment,” says Lamppa. “More than 75% of our menu is available without gluten. Having a clean menu makes it easier to offer gluten-free foods because we purchase very little processed products.”
Along with the removal of these additives, Noble’s commitment to clean food also includes the quality of food they purchase. All of their seafood is wild caught, they only serve organic chicken, and the beef is raised without antibiotics while being served a vegetarian diet. “While researching farmed fish and traditionally raised chicken and cattle, I realized the importance of limiting the additives and antibiotics in the food we eat. We strongly feel offering our guests this level of quality is important to their well being,” Lamppa continues.
“If there’s an item or ingredient that we can improve, whether that be buying organic, making it in house, or on occasion eliminating it, we hope to continually evolve our menu to be one of the cleanest and allergy friendly in the area while remaining affordable for families.”
About Noble Restaurant: Noble is a breakfast and lunch restaurant in Wyoming, MI open Mon – Sat 6 am to 2:30 pm. Andrew Lamppa, with wife Kerin, have owned it since 2004. More information can be found at eatnoble.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.