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What are whole grains?

Whole grains are any grains that contain the entire plant seed. This includes the bran, the germ, and the endosperm. In a nutshell—er, plant seed—they’re full of nutrients and fiber.

What are sprouted grains?

You can read the complete story from The Whole Grains Council, but the gist of it is this: sprouted grains are whole grain kernels that sprout under the perfect temperature and moisture conditions. This allows them to develop into healthy, hearty grains. Because we sprout and fresh press our grains into our dough, they end up incredibly nutritious and delicious.

What are fresh pressed grains?

They’re exactly what they sound like: our own mix of sprouted whole grains that we press directly into our dough before baking.


What kinds of grains do you use?

We use 7 sprouted whole grains: red wheat berries, quinoa, oat groats, rye berries, barley, amaranth, and millet. After sprouting these grains to increase the nutrients, we fresh press them into our doughs for more flavor.

How long are your products good for?

All our products can be frozen for up to 6 months. Here’s how long our products last when fresh:

  • Fresh breads, buns, and wraps: 14 days.
  • Flatzza® Crusts: 6 months, due to their airtight packaging.
  • Crisps: 1 year, because… you know… they’re crisps.

Are your products non-GMO?

Yes. In fact, all our products are non-GMO Project Verified. We use only the finest non-GMO ingredients and never add any artificial sweeteners, fats or preservatives.

Are your products kosher?

Heck yeah they are! We are proud to say that all of our products are Pas Yisroel Kosher-certified.

Are your products organic?

Some of our ingredients are organic, and all of them are non-GMO. Regardless of their certifications, we never settle for anything less than the highest quality ingredients.

Are your products vegan?

Yes. All our products are totally free of animal products.

Do you make any low- or no-sodium bread?

Absolutely. We sell three low-sodium products:

Are you allergy-friendly?

Yes, the only known allergen that we use is wheat (gluten).  Wheat, in the form of our red wheat berries, is in all of our products.


Our facility is completely free of milk, eggs, fish, crustacean shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, soy, and sesame (a sensitive ingredient).


Note: our crisps are processed in a facility that also processes sesame, walnuts, egg, and dairy. If you need any additional information, please contact us.

Do you have any gluten-free products?

No, we do not have any gluten-free products; however, many find that our sprouted grain products are easier to digest for those with a gluten sensitivity. True celiacs should not consume our products as they do contain wheat … better to be safe than sorry!

Are your products good for dieting?

Because we use sprouted grains, our products compare favorably to regular, unsprouted bread in diets requiring you to count calories, protein, fiber, carbs, fat, and sugar.

Any tips on preparing Angelic Bakehouse goods?

Definitely. No matter what you’re craving, we have a recipe for you. Check out our full list of recipes on our Journal.

What is your refund policy?

If you have any issue with your order such as a shortage or damage goods, we are more than happy to make it right and refund you for the portion of your order that was damaged or shorted. We deal with every return request individually, so if in the unlikely event that the goods you ordered do not meet your expectations, please let us know via e-mail ( or phone (844-7-ANGELIC) within 7 days from receipt of your order. Once we confirm a refund is warranted, you can expect a refund to your account within two business days.


Why aren’t your products at my store?

We’re not sure, but we’ll get to the bottom of it. Please send us a message so we can fix this. And thanks in advance for letting us know.

Do you sell bread at your physical bakery?

Absolutely. We are open Monday-Friday from 9-4:30 pm and sell fresh wraps, Flatzza® Crusts, crisps, bread, and buns.

Is there a minimum order quantity?

Not at all. However, we offer free shipping on all orders over $30. If you’re a retail customer, contact us directly and we’ll help you out.

Do you offer free shipping?

Yes, as long as your order is over $30.

Do you have any promotions?

Yes. If your order is over $60, you’ll get 20% off at checkout.

When do you ship?

We’re currently experiencing a high order volume. Many orders are shipping on the same day as they are placed. At certain times, your order may not ship up to 3 days after placed. All orders are packed on the day they ship. We only ship the freshest product.

You’ll receive a shipment notification email once your order is on the way, including a tracking number so you can track exactly when your order will arrive. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

I’m a retailer. How much does shipping to my store cost?

It depends. Give us a call at 844.7ANGELIC, and we’ll happily let you know.

How do I pay?

We accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover.

What if I receive a defective product?

Please report product defects within 24 hours of receipt. Sprouted grains respond differently to various environmental conditions, so it’s best to consume upon buying, refrigerate unused bread, and freeze anything you don’t intend to consume immediately.

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How do I apply for a job?

We just expanded our building and have tons of openings to fill. We are always looking for fun, passionate, and energetic people. If this sounds like you, please send a resume and cover letter to Thanks for the interest. 🙂

How do I become a brand ambassador?

Please send your résumé and cover letter to, and we’ll get in touch.

Does Angelic Bakehouse offer tours?

Unfortunately we don’t, because of strict food safety guidelines. Better safe than sorry.

Still confused?

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