Bridgford: An Atlas Purchasing Q & A

Atlas: What are your 3 most popular items?
Bridgford: Buttermilk Biscuits, Demi-Loaf ®Dough, and Dinner Roll Dough.

Atlas: What is a great money saving idea specifically for your product(s)?
Bridgford: Serve fresh baked, great smelling breads in house less expensively than purchasing pre-baked breads.

Atlas: What is the one thing you wish all operators knew about the industry?
Bridgford: That an operator doesn’t have to own a proof box in order to bake fresh breads in house.

Atlas: What is the most creative way an operator has used your product(s)?
Bridgford: Customizing our products with their own recipe utilizing additional ingredients to make the finished product truly unique to their establishment only.

Atlas: What current culinary/restaurant trends are you seeing in the market?
Bridgford: Breads topped with different spices and ingredients to elevate the bread serving to be part of the overall dining experience.

Atlas: What new items can we look forward to seeing?
Bridgford: Bridgford has just introduced as “Island” Roll Dough and a fully baked savory cheese biscuit.

Atlas: Where can operators go to get support material like recipe and nutritional information?
Bridgford: Head to or call 800-527-2105!

Atlas: Who is the ideal user of your product(s)?
Bridgford: Any account serving bread and especially those accounts that want accent their bread service with the whole fresh baked bread experience.

Atlas: Do you have any coupons or sample opportunities?
Bridgford: Yes, currently offering a 60 day, $1.00/case coupon on our top three buttermilk biscuit products. Click here for biscuit promotion!

Atlas: What is one unique fact about your product that people should know?
Bridgford: Bridgford was the pioneers of frozen bread dough products and actually trademarked the name “Demi-Loaf” ® Dough.

Atlas: What is a popular time saving product that may or may not be offered at a premium?
Bridgford: Our buttermilk biscuits, they’re actually packaged on a disposable tray designed to be put in the oven to heat the biscuits. Simply slide the tray of biscuits onto a sheet pan and place directly into the oven or As I always say….you’ll ruin the biscuits before you ruin the oven board.

Check your inbox for the February Atlas newsletter, and catch up on more industry news!

Comments are closed


Header Style

Accent Color