The Rustik Oven Debuts Signature Artisan Bread Line

The US-based Rustik Oven® recently announced the nationwide expansion of its signature artisan bread line. Made with simple, real ingredients and available in three varieties — Sourdough, Artisan White, and Hearty Grains & Seeds — bread from The Rustik Oven is Non-GMO Project Verified and made without any artificial colors or flavors.

According to the producer, The Rustik Oven is the best of both worlds, bringing together the great artisan taste and texture of a hand-crafted bread with the convenience of a bread that lasts. Made using a traditional European baking process, each variety is fermented for at least 14 hours before being slow-baked in stone ovens to deliver a rich flavor and crusty texture.

“For so long, we heard our consumers’ feedback over the struggle of choosing between the superior quality of bread from their favorite local bakery and the longer shelf life and convenience of bread from a grocery store,” said Jessica Grane, marketing director, Premium & Artisan Breads for Bimbo Bakeries USA. “Thanks to our signature baking process, we’re proud to bring this unique offering to the artisan bread category and offer our customers the taste that they love in a more convenient way.”

The Rustik Oven is available at grocery stores and other major food retailers across the US, with a suggested retail price of USD4.69.

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