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Tapioca Rice English Muffins
Chocolate KinniKritter Animal Cookies
Have You Tried
Soft Multigrain Bread
"We have had sandwiches using this bread, and it was fabulous! I had stopped eating sandwiches much because the bread would dry out so badly. I made these in the morning and ate about noon. The bread did not dry out. It tasted great and had a fabulous texture." - Susan, NM
"Your new multigrain bread is unbelievable!! So delicious!!" - Christine from Facebook
"I love the multigrain bread. I had a tomatoe and cheese sandwich today for lunch. What a joy to have one without toasting." - Barbara from Facebook
"I took your new grainy bread and made a sandwich with it right away!! Congratulations!!! It's amazing !!" - Leslie from Facebook
Major upgrade to our store finder!
We've just launched a brand new store finder which combines information from our BreadSpotter program, information from some of our distributors and the power of Google Maps. You can search by an address, a neigbourhood, a landmark or a postal code.
An old family twist on traditional stuffing. Leave out the sausage if you prefer.
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Made a BLT with cheddar using the bread from #tossyourtoaster....totally a WIN. I could eat this EVERYDAY.By the way, had @GF_Insider Kinnikinnick #gfree pizza crusts oven-toasted and sliced into pizza sticks dipped in pizza sauce for lunch, YUM!Thank you very much! 'm having my first great tomato sandwich in over five years today and it's thanks to your bread.