Farm to Market Bread Company celebrates 20 years in Kansas City this September by bringing back the Sunny Black and Brown bread (after 8 years).
Sunny Black and Brown will be available in select grocery stores from September 13 to 22. Select stores include Brookside Market, Hen House (select locations), Marsh’s Sunfresh, Price Chopper (select locations), The Merc, Overland Park Farmer’s Market and Whole Foods.
Recently moving it’s bakery to the Crossroads Disrict, Farm to Market is not alone in reaching this major milestone, as local companies like The Roasterie and 75th Street Brewery are also ringing in 20 years this fall season. Farm to Market has been a leader in quality, all-natural breads since 1993. Offering a variety of breads and recipes, Farm to Market bakes a variety of hearth and sliced breads daily. Farm to Market strives to be the industry’s premier leader in quality artisan breads, producing the freshest all-natural local breads that are delivered daily to grocery stores and the greater food service industry.
“Farm to Market is grateful to have shared bread with the Kansas City community over the past twenty years,” said Mark Friend, CEO. “We take pride in our bread and also in the people who make up our Kansas City family.”
For more information on Farm to Market and Sunny Black and Brown bread, visit farmtomarketbread.com. For daily updates, follow Farm to Market on Facebook at facebook.com/farmtomarketbread and Twitter at @FarmToMktBread.
Photo courtesy of Farm to Market Bread Co