Julian’s Recipe, authentic European wafel and artisan bread company, has created a Country-Style Baguette with an indulgent truffle butter flavor. This new product is a European bakery baguette, made by master bakers, and ready to eat in as few as twelve minutes in the oven.
Company will focus on three core brands: La Brea Bakery, Otis Spunkmeyer, and Oakrun Farm Bakery.
May 24, 2021
ARYZTA North America has announced it has changed its name to Aspire Bakeries, a name reflecting the direction the company aims to continue to move – upwards. Following the sale to private equity firm Lindsay Goldberg earlier this year, the company set out to reintroduce itself with a new name while continuing to focus on growth across its three core brands: La Brea Bakery, Otis Spunkmeyer, and Oakrun Farm Bakery.
Rudi’s Organic Bakery and Rudi’s Gluten-Free Bakery has launched Rudi’s Rocky Mountain Bakery, set to deliver small batch, artisanal bread straight from Boulder, Colorado, to your kitchen. For over 40 years, Rudi’s has spearheaded a mission to make artisanal and gourmet packaged baked goods more accessible to consumers by bringing wholesome products, expertly-crafted in the heart of Colorado to pantries nationwide.
When sisters Mafe and Coco moved to the U.S. from Venezuela, something was missing that they just couldn’t live without: arepas, a gluten-free cornmeal toast alternative. Thus, began their journey to offer this staple to those wishing to bring the traditional flavors of Venezuelan culture to their home. Thicker than a tortilla, arepas are made from a pre-cooked cornmeal flour called Masarepa. They’re lightly cooked in a griddle until crispy on the outside yet still soft on the inside. Arepas are then filled or topped after cooking.
Brazi Bites, the top U.S. producer of naturally gluten-free Brazilian-style cheese bread, is expanding its distribution footprint to over 300 Walmart stores and will also be available online at Amazon. The brand has experienced a 60% increase in sales this year due to pandemic spending by consumers.
Individual departments created to focus on innovation, cake and snacking segments.
July 20, 2020
Flowers Foods, producer of Nature’s Own, Dave’s Killer Bread, Wonder, Tastykake, and other bakery foods, has announced organizational structure changes designed to increase focus on brand growth, product innovation, and improving cake business operations.
Wrap it, grill it, dip it, stuff it. Skinny-up any summer meal with the new Sun-Dried Tomato Flatbreads from Cali’flour Foods, makers of low-carb comfort foods. Unique in their versatility, Cali’flour’s flatbreads can be used as a low-carb replacement for tortillas, buns, pitas, even chips. And, the new Sun-Dried Tomato Flatbreads have a fresh and tangy flavor that’s sure to brighten any summer fare. They will be available online beginning July 13, 2020 and will begin hitting grocery stores later this summer and fall.
In the midst of a resurgence in at-home bread making, there is now a new way for home cooks to enjoy fresh sourdough bread and other baked goods – without leaving home and without feeding a starter. Wildgrain is excited to announce the launch of the first online subscription box that delivers ready-to-bake, artisanal bread, pasta and pastries directly to people’s homes. Made in small batches in Massachusetts, Wildgrain products offer customers bakery-quality food at home, made with natural, slow fermentation and never-processed ingredients. All of the items arrive frozen and are ready to eat in 30 minutes or less, with no preparation required.
The makers of Nature’s Own, Dave’s Killer Bread, Wonder, Tastykake, and other bakery foods generated $1.3 billion despite drop in foodservice business.
May 14, 2020
Flowers Foods, producer of Nature’s Own, Dave’s Killer Bread, Wonder, Tastykake, and other bakery foods, reported financial results for the company’s 16-week first quarter ended April 18, 2020. Sales increased 6.8% to $1.349 billion, including an estimated 6.5% to 7.5% increase attributable to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Sales for the same 16-week period in 2019 were 1.263 billion.