Our cook Bill is peeking over the Philly Cheese Melt. See him?

Where Does Our Bread Go?

by Meagan Nuchols in Featured Articles
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When I first started my employment at the Bob’s Red Mill Bakery I wondered where does all this bread go? I guess I just didn’t understand how busy Bob’s Whole Grain Store actually gets. I found out real quick. Unfortunately, we are not able to do large wholesale accounts, considering the size of our bakery and by golly there is just not enough time in the day to heave all that dough. Moreover, we make the bread for the kitchen and customers such as yourself. We have 15 different kinds of bread and strive to keep our shelves as full as possible. Come Friday and Saturday sometimes it seems like bread is literally flying off the shelves!

Our cold side woman, Nicole smiling with her lovely sandwiches.

Our cold side woman, Nicole smiling with her lovely sandwiches.

Our best sellers are our 10 Grain, Whole Wheat and our newest gem, Wheat-Free Dairy-Free Bread. Inevitably, these are the breads that the kitchen utilize most. Our daily lunch specials are usually made on fresh 10 grain bread and the favorite Turkey Swiss Melt is served up on our whole wheat. The bakery supplies the challah bread for French toast, all the hoagies and sliced bread for sandwiches, hamburger buns and not to mention those yummy biscuits that you all love so much. From the slicer to the smiling customers we are proud to serve you our bread. Not to mention at our daily low price of $1.99! If you have an upcoming event or engagement that you would like to order bread for, please ask one of my fellow bakers or a cashier and we would be happy to help you. Let us know what bread you like best and don’t forget to follow us on Twitter.

Our cook Bill is peeking over the Philly Cheese Melt. See him?

Our cook Bill is peeking over the Philly Cheese Melt. See him?

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