Below are some frequently asked questions. If you have a question about something that’s not listed here, please feel free to contact us here.

Where are you located?

A: We are located in St Francis, near Thomas Moore High School. We are right off the Howard exit on 794.

Can you deliver/offer pick up?

A: It’s free delivery in the greater St Francis area, anything further there is a possible delivery fee. Upon check out, there is a map showing the areas we charge a fee. If you are picking up you will receive an email with our address the day before your order is ready. We keep bread boxes on our front porch for easy pick up.

When will my order be ready?

A: You will receive an email the day before your bread is ready for pick or being delivered. You can also check the status of your order to see when it is being fulfilled.

Do you ship your breads?

A: We can ship bread overnight in the state of Wisconsin for a shipping fee. A tracking number will be provided to you when bread is shipped. Normally we will freeze the bread the night before we ship.

Do you sell sourdough bread?

A: All our breads are naturally leavened, which is sourdough. We can control the sourness of the bread depending on when the starter is fed, bulk fermentation time, and proofing time. We tend to stick with a more mild tang of sourness, but if you prefer a more sour loaf please contact us.

Do you have gluten free bread?

A: We do offer gluten free bread! Basically any of our breads on the menu can be gluten free, if you would like something added to your gluten free bread please contact us. NOTE: Even though these are gluten free breads, they are made in a kitchen with gluten products.

Do you have any vegan breads?

A: Our standard Country Wheat bread is only flour, water, salt so it is vegan friendly, this is the base for all our breads. Our gluten free, brioche, rolls and croissants have milk and/or eggs. Ingredients are listed in each product on our order page.

Is your bread whole wheat?

A: Yes, all our breads are 100% whole grain using all parts of the wheat berry.