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The Scoop: Black Bear Bakery to suspend storefront operations

October 28th 01:10pm, 2015



Cherokee Street staple Black Bear Bakery announced yesterday, Oct. 27, that it will suspend its storefront operation, effective Nov. 1. The cooperative bakery has leased its current space at 2639 Cherokee Street for about 10 years. Loaf lovers need not fret; the bakery will continue production in a kitchen incubator space in the same neighborhood until another storefront can be located.

“We’ll be looking for something that will serve the purpose of a cafe space, bakery, reading room and grocery,” said co-op member Bryan Dennert. “You’re already here getting your bread. You might as well get other things cheaper, too.”

The vision for the new grocery includes selling local, natural foods, as well as ingredients used in Black Bear’s current recipes.

Black Bear Bakery bread will still be available at farmers markets and restaurants while the co-op members look for a new space. For a full list of availability, see the cooperative’s Facebook page.



By Kristin Schultz

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One Response to “The Scoop: Black Bear Bakery to suspend storefront operations”

  1. Patrick Dennison Says:
    February 11th, 2017 at 6:05 pm

    good, more liberal rubbish down the drain

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