Daily Kneads Bread, Aunt Millie’s roll out vegetable breads


Daily Kneads Bread, Aunt Millie’s roll out vegetable breads

Aunt Millie’s Bakehouse, the food service arm of the Ft. Wayne, Ind.-based bakery, displayed a new Daily Kneads Red Pepper Bread 10-21ozline of Daily Kneads branded breads that have at least three-quarters of a cup of vegetables in every two slices at IDDBA ‘18, the International Dairy Deli Bakery Association’s annual show held June 10-12. Aunt Millie’s Bakehouse partnered with Daily Kneads Bread L.L.C., a Bloomington, Minn.- company, which created the concept for the products. The 21-oz loaves come in Red Pepper, Sweet Beet, Spinach & Leek, Carrot & Pumpkin, and Tomato & Basil flavors with a recommended retail price of $4.99 to $5.99, according to Bill Itskovich, chief executive officer of Daily Kneads Bread. On average, he said, the loaves contain the equivalent of 6 cups of vegetables while some varieties have up to 9 cups. The products, which have a 14-day ambient and one-year frozen shelf life, were initially introduced at the National Restaurant Association’s show, held in May. They’re promoted under the tagline of “bread re-invented.” “The key is we wanted a product that tastes great,” Mr. Itskovich said. “That’s the premise. Yes, it’s all natural. Yes, it’s non-G.M.O. Yes, it’s whole grain. Yes, it doesn’t have artificial colors, but that’s not what we’re leading with. We’re leading it with, ‘it’s great-tasting bread.’”…….. Read (For the whole range go to the company Web site…. Read )

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