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Heirloom Wheat Is Key Ingredient Of New Artisan Snack Crisps

April 13, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
California artisan bake shop La Brea Bakery announced it is incorporating an heirloom wheat variety into a new snack. Flatbread Crisps are made with Fortuna Wheat grown on one farm in Montana. The snack follows the introduction of the company’s Bakery Reserve bread, also made from single origin Fortuna Wheat. The new snack is flavored with fresh herbs and spices, and twice-baked to give it the appropriate crunch. The new crisps, soon available in grocery stores nationwide, are offered in three varieties: rosemary, sea salt and smoked paprika. La Brea Bakery of Los Angeles is owned by ARYZTA, a manufacturer and distributor of bread, buns, cookies, pizza and other baked goods. [Image Credit: © La Brea Bakery ]
"La Brea Bakery Introduces Artisan Flatbread Crisps Made with Single Origin Fortuna Wheat", News release, La Brea Bakery, April 13, 2017, © La Brea Bakery
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