Chabaso Introduces Five Great New Breads!



Chabaso Introduces: Five Great New Breads One for Every Workday in the Week!

 

New Haven, CT         June 14, 2013      Sandwich eaters, lunch makers, meal planners, homemakers and, especially, all bread lovers, now have a few new reasons to celebrate. Chabaso Bakery, America's favorite artisan bread bakers, has introduced not one, not two, but five brand new hand-crafted artisan sandwich breads, each one specially flavored and slow-baked to provide a great new taste. 

 

All five of thenew loaves – Rustic White, Oat, Multi-Grain, Rye and 100% Whole Wheat –have the same authentic quality and all-natural attributes of all other Chabaso artisan breads. They are made with wholesome and nutritious ingredients and most contain abundant whole grains. All have distinctly rich flavors, thin, crispy, slightly chewy and golden brown crusts, and silky soft, moist and airy interiors.

 

The Rustic White loaf is a good source of iron.* The 100% Whole Wheat loafis a good source of fiber with 25 grams of whole grains per slice. Rye has 9g and Multi-Grain 10g whole grains per serving. 

 

An added benefit of Chabaso’s new Artisan Sandwich Breads is multi-day freshness.  Each of the five new sandwich breads will stay fresh and delicious longer. They're perfect for daily breakfast toast, for pressed panini sandwich lunches, and for turning every late-night snack into a tasty treat. 

Chabaso Bakery was established in New Haven, Connecticut in 1995. The fledgling business was sustained by the local community that quickly recognized outstanding taste and bona fide quality. Using authentic old-world ovens, only the best natural ingredients and no trans-fats, founder Charles Negaro, and some very talented bakers, set out to match the best ciabattas, loaves, batards, rolls, Stix™, baguettes and boules in the world.  For more information call (203) 562 9007, or visit online at www.chabaso.com

 

Chabaso Introduces Five Great New Breads!
Chabaso Introduces Five Great New Breads!

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