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Is your business in need of a major bread overhaul? Orlando prides themselves on outstanding service and great customer relationships. If this is the kind of business partnership you are looking for, your search stops at Orlando Baking Company.
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Orlando Baking Company is one of the top manufacturers of consumer breads. Orlando is always innovating new types of artisan breads and consumer products. Find out what breads we sell, where to buy them, and even find some delicious recipes using Orlando products.
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First Watch's Healthy New Menu Featuring Seed'licious

First Watch, the nation’s leading Breakfast, Brunch and Lunch concept, recently launched a limited-time Jump Start menu nationwide offering two healthy breakfast dishes which include a breakfast-take on First Watch’s award-winning quinoa and an avocado dish served on whole grain Orlando Baking Company Seed’licious toast.“We wanted to start 2015 with something we’ve never done before – something to help people keep their New Year’s Resolutions,” said Shane Schaibly, First Watch’s corporate chef and director of culinary operations. “We deci...

read more >Mar 20, 2015
3 Scrumptious Ways to Transform an Ordinary Loaf of Bread

Who doesn't love to eat with their hands? Pull apart bread is great for your next dinner party or the next time you have everyone over for the big game or that primetime TV event. These recipes are quick and easy because you can use store bought Orlando bread. Try them with our unsliced Old World Round or 16oz. Ciabatt...

read more >Jan 15, 2015
White, wheat, or rye?

That is usually the question we're used to facing when it comes to toast. A new trend in toast has been spreading across America and Orlando Baking Company is excited for this trend to make its way and land in Cleveland in 2015. The trend appears to have originated in San Francisco with toast slathered in butter and ci...

read more >Jan 14, 2015
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