BURLINGTON — Shiloh’s Five Loaves — a  gluten-free wholesale bakery startup, which also operates under the name Simple Kneads —  has raised $366,921 in equity, according to a recent SEC filing.

The round is capped at $1 million, with $633,079 remaining to be sold.

Tristaun LeClaire, a natural foods expert, founded the company in 2014 after becoming frustrated by the lack of satisfying gluten-free breads options for his allergic son.

He began experimenting with wholesome ingredients to create his own recipe from his kitchen, and got positive results.

“What came out of his oven was simply irresistible,” he writes on his website. “The breads were so enthusiastically received by everyone who tried them that he was encouraged to share them with the world. One taste and you’ll agree: This is bread the way it was meant to be. Each loaf is hand-crafted using whole food ingredients that are gathered close to the source. And because the recipes are gluten-free, everyone can enjoy the pleasure of breaking bread together – wholesome, robust, artisan bread.

The startup has outgrown the one oven in Tristaun’s home kitchen, but it said it still maintains “the hands-on, personal craftsmanship that was nurtured there.”

Note: This article has been corrected to use accurate “SEC Offering and Sales Amounts.”