Calling all bread bakers, muffin makers, and cup-cakers — it’s time to go shopping.
Having the right tools means less prep, more pride, less mess, and more mastery. It is oh-so-satisfying to watch a loaf of bread rise perfectly at 5,000 feet above sea level, to get a cheesecake out of the pan without it falling apart, to make a cherry pie with fresh Flathead cherries, so we reckon it’s time you upped your arsenal of kitchen gadgets.
At Wheat Montana, we believe that nature makes the best food, and that you should know exactly what you’re eating. That’s why we’re especially proud that we’re now using all non-GMO ingredients in our bakery products.
Some of you may have noticed that we’ve switched from using soy oil to using canola oil in our bakery products. Unfortunately, canola oil has gotten a bad name for itself and we at Wheat Montana are going to help answer your questions regarding this non-GMO ingredient.
At Wheat Montana, we believe that nature makes the best food, and that you should know exactly what you’re eating. That’s why we’re especially proud to announce that starting in 2017, all our products will be non-GMO certified. Now you can feel even better about what you’re eating, while you enjoy the fresh, delicious taste of Wheat Montana!
Our franchise Delis offer Wheat Montana breads, flours, and grains for purchase. Locations serve delicious rolls, sweet baked goods, as well as, sandwiches, soups and salads. The Wheat Montana Delis carry a wide variety of t-shirts, hats, aprons, and many Montana Made products.
Wheat Montana continues to innovate its 100% all natural, nothing artificial product offerings. Most recently its popular Healthyloaf line of breads have been reformulated with only Non-GMO ingredients. The company launched the newly re-formulated product into its retail distribution the last week of July, with plans to promote the product in the coming weeks. The Healthyloaf line of better for you sliced breads has been a top seller for Wheat Montana since its roll-out in 2010, and includes varieties such as: High Fiber Flax and Sunflower, Montana Multigrain, Cracked