The Grainless Baker is Now Three Bakers
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Sep 26 2011

The Grainless Baker is Now Three Bakers

Back in 2006, I learned about the delicious gluten-free graham crackers from a bakery in PA called The Grainless Baker.  Shortly thereafter, I began ordering more than just crackers from the bakery.  Back then, there was no online ordering so you had to call in your order on the phone.

The Grainless Baker makes excellent hamburger/hotdog buns, hoagie rolls, muffins, cheese crackers, graham crackers and pizza crust among other things.  The dedicated gluten-free bakery is one of the most extensive around and much of the line is available for online ordering.  There are also many retail stores that carry various products from the line.

Even though several items from the bakery are sold in stores in Atlanta, they are not all available at one place so I actually prefer ordering the things I like online.  The shipping charges are quite reasonable and when I prorate it out, the cost for each item is either the same as or less than the retail costs here (including local tax).

Recently, I found out that The Grainless Baker will be operating under a new name – Three Bakers. You can read more about the upcoming changes below:

 

To Our Valued Customers,

Dan & I started the Grainless Baker in 2003 after I was diagnosed with Celiac disease and had to go gluten free. The business has grown steadily and we appreciate your loyal support. Over the past two years it has become evident to us that if we were to continue to grow, we needed to increase our ability to better serve our retail and food service customers.

After careful consideration we have decided to join The Gluten Free Food Group (GFFG) which is led by two industry veterans Lyle Hubbard and Eric Shellenback. Our new company will operate under the brand name Three Bakers

The Three Bakers brand represents our heritage in the baking business. My father Joe started his bakery in 1979 where my husband Dan, a master baker & I worked until 2002 when I was diagnosed celiac. After that Dan began to bake gluten free and we founded the Grainless Baker. Our four children live in a gluten free household so we are committed to bringing you the best tasting and nutritious gluten free foods we can make. Our Three Bakers tag line reflects this: “Gluten Free Baking from our family to yours!”

After conducting extensive consumer research we have developed new products and packaging for Three Bakers which address the needs of today’s gluten free consumers for improved taste & nutrition. Most of these improvements have been included in our current Grainless Bakers products. We will continue to ship our current Grainless Baker until packaging is available for Three Bakers. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you under the Three Bakers Brand!

Jane Trygar

(excerpt from The Grainless Baker website)

 

If you can’t find products from the bakery in your area, you can order them online.  Many of the products from this establishment are also dairy-free.  As for this this loyal fan of Jane’s creations, I’m thrilled to see what other gluten-free treats the company has in store for us!

Article Written by:

Tiffany is considered a gluten-free advocate as well as the most discriminating gluten-free diner around. Her goal is to help others learn that there is life after a celiac diagnosis. Gluten-free dining and travel are two of her favorite things to do. Tiffany is a contributing writer and the Advertising Manager at "Delight gluten free" magazine. Check out her local blog, Gluten-Free Atlanta, for tips and tricks about living gluten-free in the ATL! Follow Tiffany on Twitter!

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