The Makers of Brownberry Bread Restor...

The Makers of Brownberry Bread Restore a Classic

There are 48 comments on the Snack Food/Wholesale Bakery story from Jun 10, 2007, titled The Makers of Brownberry Bread Restore a Classic. In it, Snack Food/Wholesale Bakery reports that:

“We received so many calls from consumers truly upset that we changed their bread”

The company saw this as an opportunity to offer a new winning recipe, while updating the formula to increase fiber and eliminate high fructose corn syrup. via Snack Food/Wholesale Bakery

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Huntsville, AL

#41 Jul 20, 2008
I want my Brownberry back, but I'm about to give up. Arnold obviously does not understand the value of the product they bought the rights to produce. If anyone out there has access to the original recipe, or if anyone has figured out how to do a close approximation, PLEASE post it. Even better, reply to this with it. I'll make my own. Thank you! msh

Novi, MI

#42 Nov 24, 2008
I have been looking for the unseasoned bread stuffing and it appears that all that is being made is the seasoned type. I have looked in several stores and do not understand why you would only sell seasoned brands.

Weston, CT

#43 Jan 10, 2009
you can order Brownberry Original Wheat bread online from in Michigan. They are a terrific source, and I have used them for years.

Cazenovia, WI

#44 Feb 21, 2009
I've been eating Brownberry Health Nut Bread for years, and I never noticed a difference, but at one point I did start buying the "Naturals" version. Try it if you can find it. It's delish and seems to have fewer ridiculous additives (like how they feel the need to add trace amounts of dairy which is obnoxious to those who are seriously lactose intolerant). It's dense and chewy like the Brownberry I've always enjoyed.

I have to admit, I love the Arnold sandwich thins. Perfect for those who like the fillings to stand out in their sandwiches.

Franklin, WI

#45 Jun 13, 2009
We love the potato bread and we were told you no longer make the Brownberry Potato bread. The new potato bread is not the same and we are hoping for a come back of the old potato bread.
concerned motorist

United States

#46 Mar 3, 2011
upset that one of your drivers exhibits road rage on the highway. The words "wholesome goodnes" on the side of that truck didn't mean much after he nearly ran me off the road trying to get ahead in heavy traffic on Route 23 just south of Columbus, Ohio. License #PGC5601. He needs to chill out or find a desk job

Milwaukee, WI

#47 Jul 22, 2011
If you want real bread, go to Breadsmith . The first store in still there on Downer Ave. on the East Side of Milwaukee, WI about 45 miles east of Oconomowoc, WI where the Brownberry factory is, now owned by Bimbo of Mexico who cheapened the product.
Linda Gurnsey

Chicago, IL

#49 Oct 29, 2013

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