Holly Paeper, left, and Monique Prato decided to create a gluten-free baking business after spending years dealing with high-cost and often unappetizing gluten-free recipes for their families. Their 2-year-old company, Bumbalooza, went out of business shortly after winning the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce Power Up Challenge.
Holly Paeper, left, and Monique Prato decided to create a gluten-free baking business after spending years dealing with high-cost and often unappetizing gluten-free recipes for their families. Their 2-year-old company, Bumbalooza, went out of business shortly after winning the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce Power Up Challenge. BUMBALOOZA
Holly Paeper, left, and Monique Prato decided to create a gluten-free baking business after spending years dealing with high-cost and often unappetizing gluten-free recipes for their families. Their 2-year-old company, Bumbalooza, went out of business shortly after winning the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce Power Up Challenge. BUMBALOOZA

Business lessons: Gluten-free startup won award, then closed.

March 11, 2015 2:00 AM

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