Inked Bread makes the best tasting bread you can buy.
We know this is a bold statement, but we’re a bold group of people focused on a singular mission – to make the best bread possible. We believe that bread was better when it was made the old-fashioned way. Starting with the highest quality ingredients, we keep the process simple by taking our time and baking in small batches.
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Do You Know Where Your Bread Comes From?
Inked Bread is better, from seed to slice. Perfecting our bread is a team effort, and our makers team of farmers, millers and bakers each play an essential part in creating the high quality, better for you, oh-so-soft and delicious loaves you get at your local grocery store.
Each step of the way, our bread making process is intentional. From the grains our farmers grow to the environment our millers employ, to the artisan, small batch techniques our bakers use, Inked Bread is not your average bread company.
Just like single origin coffee from your neighborhood roaster or a craft brew using locally grown hops, various regions and soils develop specific flavors in grain. Different varieties of grains have their own unique flavor nuances, too. We believe the best taste comes from these heirloom grains–making our wheat as good as it gets.
We source only from people we know and who practice preserving the identity of these precious grains by farming in the traditions of agriculture past. We pride ourselves on knowing these people by name, knowing their families, and knowing the fields where they grow for us. We chose to work with them because they believe in what we do. No GMO’s, lab concocted chemical herbicides or synthetic fertilizers– just rich soil, sunlight on open fields, and rain from the sky.
The agricultural traditions handed down from generation to generation are the most trusted and pure. Our farmers keep those time-honored traditions alive in the 21st century by dedicated themselves to organic farming. These people are the real deal, the salt of the earth, and true stewards of the land. At Inked Bread we are proud to exclusively share these select identity-preserved heirloom grains with you in every one of our breads.
Milling grains into flour is an often overlooked step in the creation of incredible bread. The milling process and timeline matters just as much as how the wheat is grown. Inside the mill, attention is paid to every detail and the result: a level of quality you only get through generations of knowledge and skill. To assure that the natural goodness in every grain makes its way into each Inked Bread loaf, we mill our grains slowly to prevent nutrient damaging heat typically seen in large commercial operations.
We never use enriched flours. Ever. Enriched flours are stripped of valuable nutrients, often with stuff added back in just to meet a “legal definition”, or to create the facade of an attractive nutritional panel. You won’t find any of that mumbo jumbo in Inked Bread. Nothing added, nothing extra. Our whole grain flour is actually made from the whole grain. Nothing else has been added. We’re not afraid to tell you that, but other brands might be.
We believe fresh matters, and we bet you do, too. At Inked Bread our select flour is milled just a couple of days before baking, so you get the full-on fresh experience the way bread was meant to be. The flour at big box bakeries can sit for weeks or even months before they turn it into bread. Not us. No way.
Baking great bread requires great passion.
Instead of stamping out tens of thousands of loaves each day on gigantic automated production lines; our breads are crafted by artisan bakers across the country in smaller bakeries, staffed by people who really love making great bread. Our partner bakers honed their craft over years filled with passion and a love for what they do. We focus on doing it right. We know you’ll love the result.
Just like our farmers and millers, we know our bakers by name. We selected them for their skill and their business ethics. They don’t work for us, they work with us. They are partners in our joint mission to serve you great bread. Not only do we provide jobs for small businesses but we support people who treat their workers like family.
That’s important to us.
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What does USDA Organic mean?
Answer: Fun Fact: Our chief miller baker’s family helped to usher in the organic foods movement in the 40s and 50s in the San Francisco Bay Area. USDA Certified Organic products are regulated and certified by the United States Department of Agriculture. To achieve the USDA certification that you see on our label, our breads are made using ingredients that are free from pesticides or artificial fertilizers, or genetically modified organisms (GMOs). Additionally, the Organic certification ensures products are processed without using ionizing radiation and do not contain food additives.
Are your breads Non-GMO?
Answer: Yes! We are Non-GMO. We don’t use any GMOs in our products, and are committed to keeping GMO ingredients out of all future products. All of our breads are certified organic by the United States Department of Agriculture and part of being organic is not using any genetically modified organisms (GMOs). We always have been and always will be GMO free.
Do you offer any gluten-free breads?
Answer: We don’t make any gluten-free products…yet. We’d love to hear if gluten is a concern for you, as we are always considering requests from our customers! To be the first to know about new Inked Organic Bread products, join our mailing list.
Are your products vegan?
Answer: All products, except our Honey Whole Wheat bread, are vegan friendly. Our Honey Whole Wheat bread contains organic honey.
Do your products contain peanuts or tree nuts?
Answer: Our breads are very allergen friendly and do not contain peanuts or tree nuts. Additionally, our breads are baked in facilities that are free of peanuts and tree nuts.
How should I store my bread?
Answer: If you plan to eat our breads within 10 days, then the best way to store the bread is on your counter or in a bread box at room temperature. If you live somewhere with high humidity, we recommend putting the bread in the refrigerator to preserve the freshness. We also recommend keeping it away from direct sunlight and heat to prevent pre-mature molding. It is ok to freeze our bread if you need to store it for an extended amount of time (approx. 1-3 months). And thaw slices as needed.
How is your bread made?
Answer: We source clean, chemical-free grains only from people we know and who practice farming in the traditions of agriculture past using rich, naturally fertilized soil, sunlight on open fields, and rain from the sky. Our millers mill our grains into flour slowly to prevent nutrient damaging heat, typically seen in large commercial operations, assuring the natural goodness in every grain makes its way into each Inked Organic loaf. We never use enriched or other flours stripped of valuable natural nutrients only to add stuff back just to meet a “legal definition”, or to create the facade of an attractive nutritional panel. Our whole grain flour actually is made from the whole grain. Nothing else has been added. Instead of stamping out tens of thousands of loaves each day on gigantic automated production lines, our breads are crafted by artisans across the country in smaller bakeries staffed by people who really love making great bread.
Why doesn't my store carry all of the varieties of Inked Organics?
Answer: This depends on what the store has decided to carry, meaning some stores may carry only a few varieties, while others may decide to carry all. If it would make your day for your store to carry more, let them know! Customer feedback is important to store buyers to make sure their shoppers are happy with the selection of products. Sharing this request may help secure more Inked Organics varieties on their shelves and we thank you for your support!
Where can I find Inked Organics in my area?
Answer: You can find our breads easily in Southern California and Hawaii and at select stores in Northern California, Nevada and Arizona. Check out our “Where To Buy” to find a store near you! Each store can vary in which varieties they sell and since we are a small, artisan bakery, we cannot guarantee availability. We urge you to please call ahead to see if it’s in stock! We’ve been selling out of some locations and we don’t want you to make a trip only to get a slice of sadness from the loaf of disappointment.
About Us :
Established in 2010, The Paleo Foundation was first organized for the purpose of improving the tolerability of the paleo diet, and to help adherents easily identify products that met its basic tenets. Since then, thousands of products have been certified through the Certified Paleo, Keto Certified, and lab -tested Grain-Free Gluten-Free certification programs.
100% of Paleo Foundation revenue is generated through certifications. We do not accept donations, corporate sponsorships, or financially benefit from the sales of any certified products, product giveaways, or partnerships with industry contacts or retailers for the purpose of maintaining the integrity of an impartial certification standard.
Each certification program has a different set of standards. Certified Paleo is the Paleo Foundation’s first, most popular, and highest level of certification for Paleo-compliant products. Certified Paleo Products are products that contain Paleo ingredients, but may have some 21st-century processing or packaging methods allowing for shelf stability.
Grain Free Gluten Free Certified products are gluten-free and do not contain any grains of gliadin competitive residues. All Grain-Free Gluten-Free products have undergone two rounds of audits, including lab tests, and a final review to become approved for the Grain-free Gluten-free Certified Program.
The ketogenic diet is a restrictive, demanding diet that can be difficult to maintain, and tolerability of the ketogenic diet is the single most important factor limiting individual acceptance for initiation. Therefore, improving the tolerability of the ketogenic diet is crucial to preventing diet discontinuation, warranting further investigation into methods for improving palatability, improving the availability and convenience of foods that are compliant with the ketogenic diet, as well as addressing cultural and social acceptance.
The Keto Diet product market may be in a unique position to improve tolerability, especially in social and cultural environments that typically feature carbohydrate-rich “special occasion” types of foods. In 2016, the Paleo Foundation launched the world's first Keto Certified program for products with standards that were developed for adherence to a classical ketogenic diet.