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California Bakery Unveils Breads Made From Heirloom Grains

May 4, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Los Angeles-based La Brea Bakery, which specializes in artisan bread baking, has unveiled a line of breads made from single origin heirloom grains. The company says its three La Brea Bakery Reserve breads (Pain de Campagne, Fortuna Wheat Loaf, and Struan) are the first to be available nationally. The heirloom grains, including Fortuna wheat, come from a family operated farm in Montana. Fortuna Wheat is a non-GMO heirloom grain grown for flavor rather than yield. Nothing is added or removed. The new line of heirloom breads is available at the La Brea Bakery Café in Los Angeles this spring, and will arrive in grocery stores across the country throughout 2016.
"La Brea Bakery Unveils New Farm-to-Table Bread: La Brea Bakery Reserve", News release, La Brea Bakery, May 04, 2016, © La Brea Bakery
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