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The Global Influencer Agency promotes Macaron Queen! As seen on The PROFIT on NBC

The Global Influencer Agency promotes Macaron Queen! As seen on The PROFIT on NBC. Have you looked at our latest Holiday Campaign with Macaron Queen? We just finished a special photo shoot for their Holiday Macaron Campaign. The boxing, the taste, the NO guilt - everything was perfect.

You must give these Macarons a try! Not only do they deliver them right to your door step. They offer the perfect packaging to keep them cold on route to you.

So lets take a moment to learn about their company and what makes their macarons so special!

How Macaron Queen Became An Empire

Macaron Queen started from a small cart where passers-by did not know what a French Macaron was. The Macaron Queen was quick to win them over. Working tirelessly to supply an ongoing demand, she quickly became not only Atlanta's favorite macaron but won the title of best cheesecake from coast to coast from Food Network. Our macarons are often said to taste better than the originals from France, try one and see for yourself!

GUILT FREE!

How Are Our Macarons Guilt-Free?

A Low Calorie Option

Macaron Queen specially designed her recipes to use less sugar. With only 7-9 grams of sugar per each macaron depending on flavor. Low in Sodium than most treats and only 2-3 grams of fat per serving.

We use 100% Almond Flour

Almond flour is both wheat-free and gluten free making it a great alternative for those who cannot tolerate wheat or gluten. Almond flour also contains more protein than wheat flour and is rich in healthy fats.

Gluten-Free

Our macarons are 100% gluten-free and safe for those with celiac disease. As one of America's largest producers, our macarons are made without GMO, fillers, Soy or Rice. 

 

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