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Governor Walker Participates in Angelic Bakehouse Groundbreaking

Angelic Bakehouse sells a variety of baked goods made from sprouted grains, with non-GMO ingredients, and no artificial sweeteners, fats, or preservatives.

By - Sep 1st, 2017 12:29 pm

CUDAHY – Governor Scott Walker took part in a groundbreaking ceremony today at Angelic Bakehouse to celebrate a $10 million expansion. The project will allow the company to become a multiple shift operation, staffed by an anticipated 50 new employees.

“Angelic Bakehouse’s success and growth is another example of Wisconsin working,” said Governor Walker. “Our small- and mid-size businesses represent the heart of Wisconsin’s economy, and their expansion is a testament to our state’s economic health. It’s a pleasure to celebrate the Wisconsin companies that consistently contribute to the strength of our state’s business climate.”

The expanded facility will span 43,000-square feet and will house a new sprouting and equipment area, new shipping docks, storage freezers, and a new blast freezing system as well as employee break and locker rooms.

Angelic Bakehouse sells a variety of baked goods made from sprouted grains, with non-GMO ingredients, and no artificial sweeteners, fats, or preservatives. Retailers include many national and local chains, including Whole Foods, Woodman’s Foods, Hy-Vee, Safeway, Costco, and Metcalfe’s Market.

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