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N.J. Bakery Uses “Old World Recipe” To Make 10,000 Loaves Of Bread Daily For Retail Grocers

February 2, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
Anthony and Sons Bakery of Denville, N.J., operates a store and cafe where customers can sit and lunch on daily sandwich specials like The Cuban: roasted pork loin with Swiss, ham, and honey Dijon mustard between two slices of freshly baked bread. But behind that café – and the real money maker for the Dattolo family – is a 65,000-square-foot redbrick industrial building housing a wholesale bread baking operation that churns out 10,000 loaves of bread daily using 50,000 pounds of flour and an old-world recipe brought from Sicily to Brooklyn in 1952. The bakery employs 180 in Denville and the Succasunna area. Their loaves are frozen – applying a secret “EZ FreeZer to Oven” technology – and shipped to retailers including Wegmans, Wawa, Trader Joes, BJs, and Whole Foods.[Image Credit: © Anthony & Sons Bakery, Inc.]
Gene Myers, "Loads & loads of loaves; NJ bakery, using old-world recipe, makes, ships 10,000 bread loaves daily", Morristown Daily Record, February 02, 2020, © USA Today
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