Great Harvest Bread
11/11/2019
Busy schedules - As the activity level constantly increases, we think that it is even more important to eat foods that give you lasting energy and good nutrients.  At our house, that translates into making sure that we consciously choose whole grains.  Here is how we get them in during...
11/01/2019
 Peanut Butter - Have you tried Homeplate Peanut Butter?  It is a great product and has good ingredients.  Here is their website (https://www.homeplatepb.com/), stop by the bakery for your own jar to make delicious toast or sandwiches.

Grab and Go bars - Headed out for a hike or for...
08/01/2019
Allergies...
We get questions from time to time about allergies and the bakery. Great Harvest deals in lots of different ingredients, and therefore we have all the popular allergy culprits in the bakery: all sorts of nuts, wheat, soy, dairy, eggs, etc.  We try to be as careful as we can, and...
07/01/2019
Whole grains...

We talk about them a lot and are proud to use freshly milled whole wheat in our bread, but why does this matter?  Whole wheat flour has more fiber and more vitamins and minerals than white flour.  It also has been shown to “help control blood sugar, ward off heart...
05/25/2018
One of my favorite great harvest t-shirts is one that has a superhero figure on the front, with the tagline - "Truth, justice and whole grains".  We got these shirts by passing "bread school" at the Great Harvest headquarters in Dillon MT, so they are a little rare too. The tagline is...
01/10/2017
Here are a few simple steps to keep your Great Harvest Bread fresh and delicious!

At Great Harvest, our yeast breads generally use honey, which is a natural sweeter.  Because honey crystalizes in the fridge, storing your bread in fridge will dry out the bread more quickly.  If you...
10/10/2016
Even salt is complicated...
When you add salt to your meal or to a recipe, I bet you assume that you are getting just salt, some sodium (Na) and chloride (Cl).  It turns out that you are getting those, but some popular table salt brands also add some other things, including sugar, yikes....