Founded in February 2010, Bliss Old Market Bakery and Aromas Coffeehouse in Omaha, Nebraska is a dream come true for owners Autumn and Nick Pruett. Bliss Old Market Bakery finds that its passion for baking and its local community is what continues to help it grow and thrive.
When Patrick and Chris Wojtalik moved to Indianapolis there was not a decent pretzel to be found. This dilemma led them to open Pat’s Philly Pretzels. The pretzels are inspired by the pretzel carts they would see while walking around Philadelphia. The bakery prides itself on providing an “old-fashioned, no-frills, authentic bakery experience”.
For Persephone Bakery owners Kevin and Ali Cohane, the community in Jackson, Wyoming is the foundation of their business. The bakery focuses on artisanal breads and pastries and is committed to using the highest quality ingredients. Persephone Bakery thanks its customers by donating to local nonprofits and events.
Schenk’s Family Bakery was established in 1938 by German immigrants John and Pauline Schenk. Two of their children decided to follow in their parents footsteps and continue to run the bakery today in the Fox Chase Section of Philadelphia. The bakery was recently featured in an episode of Food Network’s Save My Bakery, which helped remodel the store.
Opened in 1946 by Bill and Lillian Johnson, Johnson’s Bakery in Duluth Minnesota has seen many of its competitors come and go. The bakery believes its loyal customers and family values have allowed it to sustain and flourish. The bakery operates in two locations and offers a wide range of bakery products made from scratch.