Thumbs Up to Travelers Rest resident Rise Myers who is meeting a need for gluten-free baked goods through a business called Screamin’ Good. Myers started the business for all the right reasons: so she could provide good-tasting, gluten-free treats for her autistic son who also has celiac disease. After much trial and error, she arrived at recipes for treats that her son would hoard in his closet and under the bed, they tasted so good. After finding broad appeal for her recipes, she decided to go into business. Her hope is to make enough money on the business so she can bring her son to South Carolina from the California group home where he now lives. “My son is my inspiration for this,” Myers told Greenville News staff writer Amy Clarke.
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