What People Are Saying About Bread Club
We love seeing our community get behind our collaborative bakery marketplace. Take a look at some exciting press coverage below.
303 Magazine: Bread Club Bands Denver Bakeries Together
Wash Park Profile and Life on Capitol Hill: Denver-based Bread Club delivers a delicious surprise to your doorstep
"These bakeries are run by people who put their heart and soul into their baking, Burgard [Mile High Pie Co.] said."
The Denver Post: Denver artisan bakeries start “Bread Club” to keep business rolling
“I’m hoping people see this as a way that they can really easily get to sample all these different bakeries as well as know they’re supporting multiple small businesses in one place.”
Channel 2: Holiday treats with the Bread Club
Kathie J Show: “Cribs & Carbs”
303 Magazine: Editor’s Guide to the Best Local Gifts in Denver 2021
Westword: Fifteen Locally Made Gifts for Foodies
5280 Magazine: Where to Buy Farm-Fresh Goods After the Markets Close
"A sensory marker of market season is the irresistible smell of fresh bread floating through the air. Bread Club brings that scent home—year-round."
Fox 31: Bread Club supports local bakeries during pandemic
"Rebel Bread and Bread Club Founder Zach Martinucci hopes that Bread Club acts as a vehicle for bakers to share their unique journey and goods with a wider audience."
Axios Denver: How the pandemic bakery continues to evolve in Denver
"[We're] hoping to prove a point that every bakery is so different in Denver … and it can be more collaborative than competitive."
KDVR Channel 2: Bread club subscription helping local bakeries during the pandemic
"Three of the five participating bakeries started their business during the pandemic and all have been met with overwhelming support and demand throughout."
Denver Business Journal: "Bakeries combine forces"
City Cast Denver: "MADE IN DENVER"
"The weather’s getting colder and farmers market season is coming to an end, but your easy access to fresh, local baked goods isn’t going anywhere..."
"...a new, and regular way to enjoy your carbs while supporting local bakeries, some of which started during the pandemic."