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Bakeries based in California


This piglix contains articles or sub-piglix about Bakeries based in California


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Alessi Bakery


Alessi Bakery is a historic bakery and restaurant in Tampa, Florida. Offering desserts, sandwiches, soups, and breads, the family operated bakery has been in business for more than 100 years. It was founded in 1912 by Nicolo Alessi and delivered Italian bread and Cuban bread by horse-drawn wagon. The business is incorporated as Phil's Cake Box Bakeries. Take-out, dine-in and catering are offered. The bakery also sells wholesale and opened a $20 million 100,000-square-foot bakery plant off Waters Avenue in Town ’N Country, Florida in 2008. Alessi Bakery is located at 2909 West Cypress Street.

In 2012 the bakery filed for bankruptcy. As of March 2014 it continued in business.



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Archway Cookies


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Archway Cookies is an American cookie manufacturer, founded in 1936 in Battle Creek, Michigan. Since December 2008, it has been a subsidiary of Lance Inc., a snack-food company, who in turn merged with Snyder's of Hanover to form Snyder's-Lance. Archway is best known for its variations of oatmeal cookies.

In 1936, Harold and Ruth Swanson began baking soft oatmeal cookies and doughnuts out of their home's garage in Battle Creek. By the late 1940s, they had discontinued baking donuts and just concentrated on cookies. They had fifteen different varieties of cookies by 1949. In the 1950s they licensed their cookie recipes and begin selling baking franchises in Indiana, Wisconsin, and Canada.

In 1954, Swanson, a maker of frozen dinners, sued Swanson cookies for name infringement. As part of a settlement, the Swansons agreed to change the name of their bakery company to Archway Cookies. The name 'Archway' was chosen by Harold and Ruth because the original Swanson cookie labels featured an arch above the name ... and the same arch design was retained on the first generation Archway cookie label designs.

Throughout the 1950s, Archway continued to grow and sell more franchises. At the height of its franchise expansion, Archway Cookies were being manufactured nationally by thirty-three separate bakeries, whose territories were generally drawn along state boundaries.

Archway's flagship varieties were Oatmeal, Date-Filled Oatmeal, Frosty Lemon, Molasses and Pecan Ice Box, with Oatmeal varieties accounting for thirty percent of product sales. The company emphasized its home-made and freshness approach to baking cookies, and often used the term 'Archway Homestyle Cookies'. Most varieties were packaged in two stacks of six large cookies, and wrapped in clear cellophane with a freshness code printed on the front label. Many varieties, such as Ruth's Golden Oatmeal, were 'state fair winning' recipes, selected from among entries of company-sponsored baking competitions. Archway's product line quickly expanded to several dozen varieties, including many classic and unique selections; Peanut Jumble, Rocky Road, Mississippi Mud Cake, Fudge Nut Bar, German Chocolate, Black Walnut Ice Box, Date Nut Bar, Iced Spice, New Orleans Cake, Pineapple Filled, Sour Cream, Soft Sugar, and Cookie Jar Hermit.



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Arnold Bakery


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The Arnold Bakery Building is a historic commerce building in east-central Austin, Texas constructed around 1890.

In addition to being a bakery, the building served many other purposes throughout the 20th century for the African-American community before falling into disrepair. In 2000, the building was bought and renovated for a design studio as part of a local urban renewal project.

The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2004.




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Atlanta Bread Company


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Atlanta Bread Company is a privately owned bakery cafe chain established in 1993. In 1995, the owners began franchising and expanding across the country.


Atlanta Bread Co. - Entrepreneur.com
Atlanta Bread Company CEO, - "Access North Georgia"
Atlanta Bread Company franchisees among worst-performing SBA borrowers - Atlanta Journal Constitution
Atlanta Bread Company franchisee sues for $12M - Atlanta Business Chronicles
CEO of Atlanta Bread Co. - The Augusta Chronicle




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Au Bon Pain


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Au Bon Pain (French pronunciation: ​[o bɔ̃ pɛ̃], meaning "at (or to) the Good Bread") is an American fast-casual bakery and café chain headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts. In 1977, Louis Rapuano founded Au Bon Pain in Boston's Faneuil Hall. Since its inception, the chain has expanded throughout the United States. Additionally, there are numerous franchise locations internationally in India and Thailand.

Pavailler, a French baking equipment manufacturer, established the company as a showcase for its ovens in 1976 at Boston's Faneuil Hall Marketplace. The principals included Rapuano, Pavailler Machinery, and two minor investors. Pavailler contributed baking machinery to the venture. Au Bon Pain sold authentic croissants, pastries, and bread produced by French bakers.

Attorney Dick Bernstein, who had studied in Paris, suggested the name Au Bon Pain, which loosely translated means “place for good bread.” Corporate colors red, white, and blue mirrored the French tricolor. The logo uses the typeface Futura Black, designed by Paul Renner in 1929.

The concept of Au Bon Pain, to place baking equipment in full public view so customers could see and smell the baking, was revolutionary at that time. The first Au Bon Pain bakery, established in Boston’s Fanieul Hall in 1976, became an instant success. Within a short time two additional outlets opened, in Hackensack, New Jersey and in New York’s CitiCorp Building.

Within a few months investors Louis Kane and Arthur Blasberg, who were impressed by the shop in Fanieul Hall, approached us with an offer of financing to expand operations. We thanked Kane and Blasberg but turned down their generous offer. Some time later Pavailler began agitating for dividends to cover an unrelated financial obligation. Au Bon Pain management believed it unwise to disburse profits while the company was still in expansion mode. Mr. Rapuano then approached Mr. Kane to see if he was still interested in purchasing Pavailler’s interest, which he was. In 1978, Louis I. Kane, who was involved with a Columbo Frozen Yogurt franchise located in the mall, paid $1.5 million for Au Bon Pain and set out to sell baked goods instead of ovens. Francois Marin was hired to open and manage the first Au Bon Pain in Boston's Quincy Market by the businessman who owned Au Bon Pain in name only, but didn't have a store opened yet. The deal was consummated in Paris. Up to this time Au Bon Pain's corporate parent company was named Pavco; after the buyout its name was changed to Au Bon Pain Corporation.



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Avalon International Breads


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Avalon International Breads is a bakery located in Detroit, Michigan, that produces a wide variety of baked goods, including breads, rolls, pizzas, cookies, and pastries, as well as sandwiches and coffee. It was established in June 1997 by Ann Perrault and Jackie Victor in Detroit's Midtown/Cass Corridor neighborhood. The bakery serves both individual customers and wholesale clients such as grocery stores and restaurants.

Avalon International Breads adheres to a triple bottom line philosophy, which it interprets as consisting of "Earth", "Community", and "Employees". As of February 2015, it employs a total of 56 people, 90% of whom are Detroit residents. The bakery has three locations: its original building at 422 W. Willis in Midtown/Cass Corridor; its Eat Well, Do Good Cafe at Henry Ford Hospital in New Center; and its Avalon City Ovens production facility on Detroit's East Side. Financially, the bakery has grown steadily, recording profits of $60,000 in 2006 and $2.2 million in 2011.

Avalon International Breads produces a wide variety of baked goods, including breads, rolls, pizzas, cookies, and pastries, as well as sandwiches and coffee. In 2014, it became the first establishment in Metro Detroit to serve toast bar-style artisan toast. The bakery also sells a wide variety of foods and beverages made by other Michigan-based companies, including products from Ann Arbor's Garden Works, Lansing's Apple Schram, and Trenton's Chartreuse Organic Herbal Tea.



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