We love Dave's Killer Bread in our house. It's local product with a great taste and supports the local community where it is baked. Dave's Killer Bread was launched at the Portland Farmers Market “Summer Loaf” artisan bread festival in August 2005 and then by fall was on the shelves of local grocers in the Portland, OR, area. Almost 10 years later, Dave's Killer Bread is the #1 selling organic bread in the U.S. All of their breads are Non-GMO Project verified and made with high-quality ingredients. Dave's Killer Bread is known for its explosion of seeds and grains and its chewiness. In addition to a tasty product, the company gives second chances for their employee partners by hiring employees with criminal backgrounds. Read about the Second Chances program here.
Dave's Killer Bread is available in 12 varieties sold at major grocery chains across 17 states and parts of western Canada. Dave’s Killer Bread is loaded with delicious flavors and seeds, ancient grains, and whole grain nutrition.
Seeded Honey Wheat is the first Non-GMO Project verified honey wheat bread on the market. With 5g each of fiber and protein, the sweet taste and crunchy texture of Seeded Honey Wheat is a family favorite. The 21 Whole Grains and Seeds Thin-Sliced is loaded with grainy texture and hearty flavor, with only has 60 calories per slice. It's one my kids' favorite kinds when making a PB&J for their lunch. Packed with a whopping 6g of protein and 4g of fiber per slice, Good Seed™ has the boldest texture and sweetest flavor of all of their breads. Each slice of any of the Dave's Killer Breads contains as much protein per slice as one egg!
A loaf of Dave’s Killer Bread retails between $5.00 and $6.00; our local Costco also carries 2-packs for $6.99.