For the holiday season, in-store bakeries will not live by cookie trays alone. across the country contacted by SN. Some operators said they will bring bread to the fore in coming weeks to capitalize on a product with popularity that is widespread and still growing. The bread plans range from judiciously timed introductions of gourmet breads and other new products to strong emphasis on specialties such as pull-apart products, filled breads and traditional challah. The Midwest division of ...

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