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La Brea Bakery Introduces Foodservice Flatbreads

June 05, 2014 Industry News
Industry News

La Brea Bakery, a leading U.S. producer of par-baked artisan breads and baked goods for the foodservice industry, announces the introduction of a new line of fully baked Foodservice Flatbreads, offering operators increased versatility in the kitchen and the ability to create a delicious twist on menu favorites that customers love.

Made from only the highest quality ingredients with no artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives, La Brea Bakery’s Flatbreads can be used for a variety of menu items spanning all day parts. This includes menus that feature sweet or savory items, sandwiches, pizzas, tacos, and more. The only national line of foodservice flatbreads that includes sprouted whole wheat flour, La Brea Bakery Flatbreads are easy to prepare, Kosher Pareve, and available in four delicious varieties, including:

  • 7" Plain Round Flatbread: a versatile solution for sandwiches, tacos, and personal 
  • 6.5" Plain Square Flatbread: an ideal pallet for sandwiches, appetizers, or entrees.
  • 4"x 14" Plain Rectangle Flatbread: just right for appetizers and family style dishes.
  • Plain Naan: a perfect base for creative appetizers or unique table bread to complement signature dips and sauces.

“In today’s competitive foodservice environment, operators continue to seek ways to integrate new flavor trends into their menus, and our new line of Foodservice Flatbreads help meet this demand,” says Jonathan Davis, senior vice president, culinary research and innovation at La Brea Bakery. “Research has shown that customers are becoming more adventurous and willing to experiment with menu items from other cultures and geographic regions of the world. That’s why the popularity of flatbreads on menus has significantly increased over the past 5 years.”

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