About Our Products
We are a family-owned artisan bakery and natural farmstand in Fort Valley, Georgia. We handcraft our baked pastries and sweet delights from scratch using our own sugar free natural sweetener.
Going without sugar doesn't mean giving up all of life's delicious moments. Our Baker crafts cakes, pies, cookies, and pastries using the finest quality ingredients that will not spike your blood sugar, raise your insulin, knock you out of ketosis, or cause inflammation. We use organic superfine almond flour, coconut flour, and our very own natural sweetener blend Momma's Shuga! Our gluten free products are made with non-grain flours as well. ❤
Our Baked Goods are 0% Sugar BUT... 100% Sweetness
We use Momma's Shuga, our OWN natural sweetener blend. No funky aftertaste. No artificial sweeteners.
Our family is committed to providing our community with access to fresh fruits, vegetables, and baked goods free from harmful chemicals and preservatives.
No harmful pesticides or herbicides
Healthy people are a result of healthy food. We grow using natural and sustainable methods to provide the best foods to our community.
Dr. Sharif, Grower & Executive Pastry Chef
Hamidah Sharif-Harris, EdD is the Principal Grower and Executive Pastry Chef for Sweet Valley Farmstead, LLC. Hamidah's life has been dedicated to growing food for her community, creating delicious new recipes, and studying the effects of food and agriculture on at risk communities. Hamidah has spent 20 years promoting healthy lifestyles to families. When she is not in the kitchen crafting a new recipe or on the field chasing hens, you can find her teaching public health at Fort Valley State University.
Just Too Much Sugar
According to recent data, the average American child consumes almost 152 pounds of sugar in one year!
Increased sugar levels tend to increase resistance to insulin, a hormone which is vital for brain functioning through blood sugar control. Extreme levels of sugar in children can cause interference with neurotransmitters responsible for keeping moods stable. This often leads to depression and anxiety in children.