On the Rise…Banneton Bakery Inc. – Doubles in Size

LOGAN TWP. — Banneton Bakery Inc. broke ground June 2019 and announced they are near completion on their state-of-the-art dough manufacturing facility, set to be completed December 2019.

The $20,000,000 expansion will add 50,000 square feet for a total of 95,000 square feet which will increase the size and capacity to produce their one of a kind Freezer To Oven croissants and artisan breads.

Currently, Banneton Bakery Inc. employs 85 team members and will be adding another 50 positions to the team upon completion of the expansion project.

Benneton Presidenet Victor Litinetsky has over 30 years experience in the manufacturing of his very special products. Relocating to Logan Township from Canada in 2008 allowed him to bring his products directly to the USA, capturing his part of the American dream.

He is partnered with his son Alex Litinetsky. This father son duo is a force to be reckoned with as their passion is evident with all their products. Their commitment to excellence is evident as they are continuously researching and developing new products as well as continuing to make the highest quality croissants and artisan breads.

Banneton Bakery specializes in unique, high end, top quality and superior ingredients in their Freezer To Oven products. Banneton Bakery Inc. customers includes major retail chains of supermarkets, cruise lines and hotels thru out USA, Canada and Europe as shipped frozen and baked by end user in 20 minutes time.

4 Responses

  1. I travel between ATL and Jackson, MS and Sam’s carried your croissants for a brief while. OMG! Phenomenal! I introduced everyone in my family to them and we were VERY disappointed when we found that Sams is no longer selling them. PLEASE start back selling them down South!! Thank you for being a bright spot in our 2020 🙂

    1. I agree. I have been to both Sam’s Clubs in the Jackson area looking for these croissants that I purchased a few months ago. They are so good. I am saddened to know Sam’s doesn’t carry them anymore. I hope they will start to carry them again. These were the best croissants I have ever eaten.

  2. I agree with them all!!
    My family and friends became addicted to these divine croissants… please come to the south again & stay!!

  3. I too became addicted to these croissants when they were sold at Sam’s Club in Alabama. They are by far the best frozen croissants I have ever eaten. We desperately need a retail outlet to carry your products in Alabama!

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