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Pita Break products receive whole grain certification


February 28, 2008
By Bakers Journal

Feb. 28, 2008, Toronto – Toronto-based Pita Break has received whole grain certification from The Whole Grains Council for five of its pita products.

Feb. 28, 2008, Toronto – Toronto-based Pita Break has received whole grain certification from The Whole Grains Council for five of its pita products. As of the end of February, Pita Break’s Morning Grain Breakfast Pitas, Flax Pitas, Multi-Grain Large Pitas, Whole Grain Wheat Large Pitas; and Mini Whole Grain Wheat Pitas now carry The Whole Grains Council seal of approval.
The Whole Grain Stamp program is three years old in the U.S., but only launched in Canada at the beginning of February.
To find out more about the program, click here.
Pita Break is a Toronto-based bakery known for nutritious flatbreads, pitas and crackers. Founded by the Ozery family in 1996, today Pita Break employs more than 110 employees in a 40,000-sq.-ft. facility, with distribution throughout Canada and the U.S. Learn more at www.pitabreak.com.