Old Fashioned White Bread
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Orders are shipped every Tuesday.
We currently use Canada Post and FedEx for shipping in Canada and FedEx for all shipments to the USA.
FedEx is available in both Ground and Priority shipping.
If you live on the West coast or Southern USA, we highly recommend selecting Priority as this will ensure arrival within the same week that it is shipped.
Canada Post: 1-5 Business Days.
Fedex Ground: 1-5 Business Days.
Fedex Priority: 1-2 Business Days.
*Due to circumstances beyond our control, delays may occur. Dimpflmeier Bakery is not responsible for delays as a result of couriers.
As breads are a perishable product, we do not offer a refund policy.
Ingredients: Unbleached Wheat Flour, Artesian Spring Water, Buttermilk, Non GMO Canola Oil, Sea Salt, Sugar, Yeast, Calcium Propionate, Wheat Gluten, Sodium Stearoyl Lactylate, Ascorbic Acid.
Contains: Wheat, Milk
Ingrédients: Farine De Blé Non Blanchie, Eau de Source Artésienne, Babeurre, Huile De Canola Non OGM, Sel Marin, Sucre, Levure, Propionate De Calcium, Gluten De Blé, Stearoyl Lactylate De Sodium, Acide Ascorbique.
Contient: Du Blé, Du Lait
Weight: 680 g.
Why You`ll Love It
Great quality bread, sliced thin and very tasty!! Exactly like the old world bread I learned to like so much, while Stationed in Germany!!
Outstanding bread! Why buy Dimpflmeier bread at the grocery store, when it’s best from the source? The bakery’s products taste like the fresh water they were made from. I wish I was being paid to say this, the Dimpflmeier Bakery is just a genuinely awesome place.
The quality and variety of their bread is unrivaled. I have been buying their products for at least 20 years and they are very consistent in terms of quality.
Absolutely love this place. I come here every week for the 7 grains bread. Unmatched rye bread quality. My grandma used to take me here in the late 90s. So happy to see it is family run still.
The freshest rye bread in the world! This stuff stays fresh and freezes nicely. Can keep it frozen for 6 months and then it still tastes as fresh as day 1 from the oven. I often make my way down to the bakery/plant from Ottawa to stock up.