Canyon Bakehouse, a Colorado-based gluten-free bakery, announces the launch of two new big-slice loaves. Heritage Style slices are wider and taller than traditional gluten-free bread. Rooted in the tradition of family-style, artisan-made loaves, the Heritage Style breads offer a big, new take on what it means to eat gluten free.
"Our fans have always loved the delicious taste and texture of our baked goods, but we wanted to create a large-loaf option for people who want a bigger, need-both-hands-to-handle kind of sandwich," says Christi Skow, Canyon Bakehouse co-founder. "However, making a big, gluten-free loaf is quite challenging. You can't just add more dough to a bigger pan. Gluten-free bread doesn't rise and behave the way wheat breads do. So our team threw on their aprons, got busy baking, and created a recipe for a delicious wide loaf with a soft chewy center and golden crust on the outside."
Available in Honey White and Whole Grain, each Heritage Style loaf is made with all-natural ingredients and no GMOs. Like all Canyon Bakehouse baked goods, they are certified gluten-free, kosher and free from dairy, casein, tree nuts, peanuts, soy and sesame.
Canyon Bakehouse Gluten-Free Heritage Style Bread will roll into conventional and natural grocery stores nationwide in February 2017. The suggested retail price is $7.99 per 24-ounce loaf.
Canyon Bakehouse is a dedicated gluten-free bakery located in Loveland, Colo. The family-owned bakery opened for business in 2009. The bakehouse has continued to expand its distribution, including more than 8,000 stores nationwide.