Canyon Bakehouse Bread
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Canyon Bakehouse Bread

Posted on Friday, June 28th, 2013 at 1:18 pm
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Canyon BakehouseCanyon Bakehouse Bread is a recently established company located in Loveland, Colorado that offers a collection of gluten-free breads, muffins, and buns. The artisan processes and ingredients give the products a great taste and texture anyone can enjoy. For those following a gluten-free diet this company is dedicated to bringing back the joy of real bread. People may ask why Canyon Bakehouse Bread is different from other gluten-free breads. Well, the products are known for their delicious taste and regular bread texture! The products are extremely healthy, 100 % whole grain, and all natural ingredients are used. Organic Agave Syrup is used for a sweetener, and Extra Virgin Olive Oil is used because of its health benefits. The products are obviously gluten-free, but also free from nuts, soy, dairy, and casein. Prices of loaves usually cost around $5 to $7, but can be purchased in bulk. Keep on a lookout for Canyon Bakehouse Bread in stores near you, as the new company is growing fast! The bread products are commonly found in Whole Foods Stores.

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