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Gluten-Free Bakery, Native Bread To Open First Brick and Mortar

Gluten-Free Bakery, Native Bread To Open First Brick and Mortar

Calling all bread lovers! Local gluten bread company, Native Bread, is opening doors to its first brick and mortar location in Castleton on Thursday, September 26. Founder, Hayley McGinley is on a mission to redefine what gluten-free looks like by offering an array of premium, handmade, gluten-free bread products.

The new bakery will bake and sell its four signature, freshly-made, gluten-free loaves: Seeded Boule, Honey Oat, Sourdough, and Cinnamon Raisin, and will also be releasing two new staples to its lineup: a gluten-free baguette and gluten-free burger buns.

Since developing a gluten allergy and starting Native Bread in 2016, founder Hayley McGinley has sold her bread at Farmers Markets and through a handful of Indiana restaurants and grocery partners including The Good Earth, The Garden Table Broad Ripple, Market Wagon, Cafe Patachou and Le Peep.

“Opening a brick and mortar location for Native Bread has been a vision of mine since I first started selling my bread in 2016,” says McGinley. “As a bread lover, I have always loved the experience of walking in an artisanal bakery and picking out a fresh loaf, fresh out of the oven. For many people who have gluten allergies, they miss out on that experience. Native Bread was founded to redefine what gluten free looks and tastes like and the opening of our bakery is an important step in bringing that vision to life.”

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Native Bread will officially open its doors on Thursday, Sept. 26 for its grand opening celebration from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. and you’re are invited. Attendees are invited to stop by to sample all of the Native Bread varieties, purchase loaves of bread, and sip refreshments. RSVP here: www.eventbrite.com.

Following the grand opening, Native Bread will be open on Thursdays from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

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