FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
August 2019 – Breadfarm (Edison) is pleased to release a new Burger Bun Wednesday August 7, 2019 to our artisan bread offerings. The new Burger Bun features the same dough as our best-selling Samish River Potato loaf. With a pinch of added yeast, this bun has great keeping quality, with a shelf life of about 5 days (they freeze well too). The spongy, light texture of this bun shines, while still holding up to the juiciest of burgers.
We love local. 42% of the flour in the bun is locally grown/milled wheat from Cairnspring Mills in Burlington, WA. The hearth-roasted potatoes are grown on neighboring Skagit Valley farms.
Scott Mangold, owner and head baker of Breadfarm, says, “This is a great bun. Lighter in texture than our former burger buns, the new bun is full of flavor and plays a strong supporting role to any burger or sandwich.” Utilizing the flour from Cairnsprings Mill has been a great move for us, in addition, the majority of the potatoes for this loaf are grown by Morgan Family Farms just a mile north of Edison. Supporting our neighbors in commerce and trade is not only good for our business but good for the community. You can taste the difference local makes!”
Unbleached Enriched Wheat Flour (wheat flour, niacin, reduced iron, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid, ascorbic acid, enzyme), Filtered Water, Starter, Organic Whole Wheat Flour, Local Potatoes, Sea Salt, Yeast. DAIRY FREE. VEGAN. DELICIOUS.
COST: Each (4oz): $1.25 / 6pk $8
Breadfarm, located at 5766 Cains Court, Edison, will be delivering our new Burger Buns starting August 7, 2019 to Skagit Valley Food Coop, Cordata Food Coop and Community Food Coop in downtown Bellingham. In addition our new burger bun will be sold daily at our shop in Edison and at local farmers markets, including Bellingham (Sat 10a-3), Anacortes (Sat 9a-2p) and Everett (Sun 11a-4p). Breadfarm, established in 2003, is a naturally leavened bakery focusing on hand crafted, hearth baked artisan breads and baked goods. We delivery daily to grocers, farm stands and restaurants throughout Skagit and Whatcom counties.
Renée Bourgault, co-owner, says “any chance we have to incorporate local ingredients into our formulas is a win for our bakery, our customers, our farmers and our community.”
For more information on our bakery, please visit our webpage at www.breadfarm.com.