Is Native Bread certified gluten-free?
Native Bread is made in a dedicated allergen-free kitchen where none of the top allergens are present, including wheat, dairy, eggs, corn, soy, sesame seeds, and nuts. Some of our products do contain coconut oil or coconut butter. We also use certified gluten-free oats and oat flour.
Does Native Bread contain [dairy, eggs, soy etc.]?
Native Bread is free from wheat, dairy, eggs, soy, corn, sesame seeds, nuts, and gums. Some of our products do contain coconut oil or coconut butter. Honey Oat and Cinnamon Raisin do contain a small amount of local honey.
Is Native Bread Vegan?
All of Native Bread's products are plant based. However, Honey Oat and Cinnamon Raisin do contain a small amount of local honey.
Who makes Native Bread? Where is it made?
Native Bread is located in Indianapolis, IN. Each batch is handmade in small batches by our incredible team. Our allergen-free kitchen is located at 9546 Allisonville Rd, Ste 106, Indianapolis, IN 46250.
How long does Native Bread last + storage tips?
- You can keep Native Bread out on your counter in its plastic bag for up to 3-4 days past the date it was made.
- You can refrigerate Native Bread for up to two weeks.
- You can freeze Native Bread for up to three months. We recommend slicing before freezing so you can easily pull off slices as you need them. Our bread toasts beautifully straight from the freezer!