Angelic Bakehouse achieves Non-GMO Project verification
Angelic Bakehouse, a Milwaukee-based bakery that specializes in sprouted grain products, has received Non-GMO Project Verified status for its Sprouted Seven-Grain bread. The company expects the remainder of its product line, which includes wraps, flatbreads and buns, to be Non-GMO Project Verified by the end of the year. The bread’s “Smart & Good Looking” packaging will begin carrying the Non-GMO Project Verified seal later this month.
“Angelic Bakehouse is all about creating pure bread perfection—using the purest non-GMO ingredients and crafting them into something better through our unique sprouted grain mash process,” says Angelic Bakehouse CEO and president Jenny Marino. “We’ve always insisted on using non-GMO ingredients, but the verification process is another way for us to be transparent.”
The Non-GMO Project’s Product Verification Program (PVP) designates a product’s compliance with Non-GMO Project standards based on a variety of factors, including traceability, segregation and testing of high-risk ingredients.
For more information about Angelic Bakehouse and its products, read “Look what’s sprouting up” and “Angelic Bakehouse’s production purity” online and in the March 2014 issue of Snack Food & Wholesale Bakery.