The Fresh Loaf

News & Information for Amateur Bakers and Artisan Bread Enthusiasts


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Bulk Baking Ingredients

March 14, 2012 - 5:06pm -- cdr0124

I'm looking to buy baking ingredients wholesale or in bulk for my bakery that I am opening and am having a heck of a time finding a place to buy them at. I'm fine with picking them up myself - in fact I'd almost prefer it. I love to know any place in the northern east coast. I'm think either MD, PA, CT, NH, MA. Anywhere in between is okay too. Please help!

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Whole Foods Bulk Flour - 10% discount

January 26, 2011 - 11:37am -- bobchristenson

For weeks I've been trying to find a place online where I could buy flour in bulk to get a discount.  I basically struck out with what I was looking for.

Today, while buying my normal flour at Whole Foods (365 organic, made by Central Milling Co.), I found out that if you buy a case (8 bags), they'll give you a 10% discount.  They even let me mix/match all purpose and whole wheat.

I thought I'd pass this along for anyone interested!

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Eden bulk flour

January 22, 2011 - 10:29am -- bobchristenson

I am looking to buy bulk flour (all purpose and wheat) and Eden mills it in my home state of Michigan. I found this and am wondering if anyone has purchased it:

The description says it's all purpose, whole wheat, and bread flour. Obviously it's not all of them. I'm wondering if anyone knows which it would be considered?

Thanks for any feedback

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Bob's Red Mill (Bulk Purchase)

May 19, 2009 - 4:36pm -- Steve H

I'm thinking about bulk purchasing some flour from Bob's Red Mill.  Specifically, 25# of White Flour, Spelt Flour, and some odds and ends like Teff, Buckwheat, etc, in smaller quantities.

This means I'd probably be freezing a bunch of it and was wondering what experience anyone had with freezing flour for 6 months or so.  Any problems with doing this?

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