Croissant Toast
Non-GMO Vegetarian
Ingredients:

Unbleached enriched flour (wheat flour, niacin, reduced iron, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), water, butter (cream), sugar, yeast, whole milk powder, salt, milk proteins, white vinegar, wheat gluten, cultured wheat flour, devitalized wheat sourdough, ascorbic acid (dough conditioner), food enzymes (xylanase, amylase). Contains: Wheat and Milk. May contain: Eggs, Soy, Tree Nuts.

From the producer:

We turned everyone’s favorite classic pastry into a mouth-watering loaf-style toast. A glossy crust and a soft buttery inside, it’s a simple addition to any breakfast or lunch. Eat it fresh with butter or jam, toast it, or make the perfect sandwich. With top-quality non-GMO ingredients and cage-free, Croissant Toast by La Boulangerie tastes as fresh as any pastry from a bakery, now in your home. Pre-sliced and ready for the toaster, the super flaky Croissant Toast is a breakfast winner and a lunchtime must. Find endless ways to use it every day while enjoying it’s flavorfully fresh taste.

About La Boulangerie:

La Boulangerie de San Francisco has been operating in the Bay Area since 1995, founded by French baker Pascal Rigo. Since the beginning, our mission has been to bring a little taste of France to every customer every day, with a great smile, great coffee, and great food. Using only the freshest all-natural ingredients, everything we serve is made daily from scratch, from the breads and the pastries to the sauces and the salad dressings. A neighborhood staple that is warm and inviting and committed to being an important part of our communities by being socially and environmentally responsible neighbors. Pascal began the brand with the Pine Street bakery in 1997 and by 2012 owned and operated 4 commercial bakeries and 22 cafe bakeries under the La Boulange brand. In July of 2012 Starbucks acquired La Boulange and Pascal and team went on to lead the Starbucks food division, helping to bring high quality, affordable artisan baked goods to many more people. In September of 2015, Pascal and Nicolas Bernadi bought the business back and reopened under the name of La Boulangerie.

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