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Burlington, IA -- November 16, 2012 / Baker's Pride, Inc., a commercial bakery and manufacturer of private label and branded baked products today announced available production for sliced packaged bread and cake donuts.

Baker's Pride offers both better-for-you and traditional sliced, packaged bread products that include Split Top Wheat, Whole Grain White, 100% Whole Wheat, 12-Grain, Honey Wheat, Oat Bran and White bread. All bread products are sold fresh with the capability to store production in a holding freezer.

The donut product portfolio includes both cake and yeast raised options including holes and filled varieties.

"We recognize that many retailers and manufacturers now have an immediate need for sliced packaged bread and donuts," said Lou Mastriano, V.P. of Sales and Marketing at Baker's Pride, Inc. "Our facility has the capacity to service this need with excellent product quality and taste."

The Baker's Pride manufacturing plant is located in Iowa and near major cities such as St. Louis, Chicago and Des Moines with the ability to serve many states including Missouri, Indiana, Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin and Kansas.

About Baker's Pride, Inc.
Baker's Pride, Inc., an Amincor company, is a commercial bakery manufacturer for the private label and branded needs of supermarket chains, the food service industry and convenience stores. Products include pre-packaged and bulk cake style and yeast raised donuts; and both fresh and frozen options of sliced packaged bread.
Headquartered in Burlington, Iowa, the firm has two integrated facilities; Mt. Pleasant Street Bakery, Inc. and Jefferson Street Bakery, Inc.

For thirty-five years, the Jefferson Street Bakery, Inc. facility has provided fresh sliced, packaged bread and cake style donuts to private label customers.
For more information about Baker's Pride, please visit www.bakersprideco.com

Media Contact:

Kiersten Williams
+1-917-873-3266
@kierwilliams
kwilliams@williams-consult.com

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