Canadian made bagels can be found across the country in many stores and bakeries. There is nothing like the taste and smell of a fresh bagel. We can even of course find them in many coffee shops such as Second Cup and other Canadian owned establishments. Following are some that you can find at your local grocery store. I am sure though you can find many in your local bakery. If you know of any bagels made in Canada please forward the information so I can add them to the site.
Canadian Made Bagels
We opened Silver Hills Bakery in 1989 with a mission to empower people by providing healthy choices. We believe investing in your own health is the greatest gift you can give someone because when you’re healthy, you’ll have more to share. By caring for one another and the planet, we create a truly healthy world. Making foods with care and purpose from sprouted grains and a simple list of ingredients, we aim to see to it that the nutrient-dense power of sprouted foods is shared in as many places as possible.
Everything we put in at Silver Hills Bakery, you get out. All of our 100% plant-based products are made with nutrient-rich, high-fibre whole grains sprouted in clean, cold Canadian water. Each ingredient is guaranteed non-GMO, the way food is meant to be. Part of the bagels made In Canada directory.
After seven years of working from the basement, the Larsons relocated The Happy Camel Bakery And Deli to The Marketplace in Callingwood and invested in an oven designed to suit the requirement of producing more pitas instead of one at a time. Now they could supply the entire city with our renowned pita and hummus. After 17 years We continue to bring the goodness of the Mediterranean table to you in the freshest, most authentic way possible, following the Larson’s legacy and sparing no detail when it comes to quality and taste.
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Gluten-free goodness and great taste is in everything they do. So they only use non-GMO and plant-based ingredients without any eggs or dairy. That means they are vegan, they’re wheat-sensitive, committed to delicious taste, and confident enough to say that their baked goods are the real thing, and so are they.