Pricing

Traditional Loaves:
Regular (~30cm x 11cm) - $8 each
Short (~25cm x 11cm) - $6 (Only available at Market)

Specialty Loaves
Regular (~21.5cm x 11.5cm) - $8

Specialty Italian Baguette* *(Please note we do not offer Traditional French Baguettes, or Plain Italian Baguettes)
$8 each

Speciality Giant Flatbread (~50cm x 35cm) $10 per flatbread.

Speciality Rolls, Crescent Rolls or Kaisers
Pack of 6 - $8 Pack of 3 - $5 (Only available at Market) Individuals - $2 (Only available at Market)

Pull Apart, Hamburger Flats, Hot-dog rolls or English Muffins
$5 per package of 6 rolls (Only available at Market)
$8 per package of 12 rolls

Pastries - Special Order Only
Pack of 12 - $24
Pack of 6 - $15 Pack of 3 - $8 Individual $3 (Only available at Market)

Wreaths
$12 each

Snowflake & Speciality Shaped
$15 each

Strudels
XL Size (~15cmx50cm) $40 each
Regular size (~12cmx34cm) $30 each
Medium (10cmx25cm) $30 for 2
Mini-Strudels (~7cmx12cm) $15 for 3

Bread of the Week Club (BOTW)
12 week subscription (paid upfront)
Choose from:
Surprise Me! $85 per session
Specialty Loaves $80 per session
Healthy Whole Grains Loaves $80 per session
White Only Loaves $80 per session
Sweet Bread Loaves $80 per session
Italian Baguettes $80 per session
✓ Specialty & Regular Rolls $90 per session
(Start whenever you like, Your subscription does not have to be 12 consecutive weeks, skip what weeks you need to.)
(Pick up at one of our pick up locations)

* Home Delivery to HRM:
(Starting January 1st, 2018)

Mainland HRM
(includes Dartmouth, Eastern Passage, Mainland Halifax, etc)
$3

HRM outskirts & satellite communities
(Timberlea, Spryfield, Hammonds Plains, Beaverbank, etc)
$5

**Due to the fact that the bread does not contain:
no added preservatives,
no added chemicals &
no additives or conditioners in the bread
- the bread has a shorter shelf life then typical Store Bought Bread. During the summer this can mean it will only last on the counter for up to 3 days, and up to 5 or 6 days during the winter. As we all would like to get the most out of our loaf of bread, the best way to extend the "shelf life" is to put your bread in the fridge (or a cold storage area). This will extend the life up to 1-2 weeks. We recommended if you wish to store it longer then 2 weeks, to pre-slice it, and then store it in your freezer.**

We now offer a more green environmental packaging option. Your order will be packed using food grade brown paper & twine. (Both of which can either go to your green bin, or used in a wood fire). Should you prefer your items bagged in plastic, please let us know in advance. Thank you.


***We unfortunately are not able to offer refunds on our product.***
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