How SMILE Biscotti Is Bringing Awareness To The Special Needs Community
Treats you can feel good about
Words Lisa Salinas , Photography Courtesy of Debra Caudy
Published Summer 2019 DFWThrive
Updated May 6, 2019
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Sweets make just about anyone smile—even more so when they support a good causeFounded in Phoenix in 2013 by Matt Resnik, who has autism, SMILE Biscotti employs a workforce of neurodiverse adults, demonstrating that everyone can contribute to their community. Local Mom Debra Caudy and her son Jon Heighten, who also has autism, were so inspired by Resnik’s mission that they founded SMILE Biscotti DFW in 2016The treats come in flavors like mocha magic and cinnamon vanillaPurchase online or at Texas Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Group in Dallas; we’ve spotted them at Ascension Coffee too

SMILE Biscotti, from $3 per biscotti (price varies by retailer), $12 for six and $22 for 12; $10 per package of bite-size Grins

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