Tribeca Oven Announces Non-GMO Certification for Artisan Bread Products
CARLSTADT, NJ. April 27, 2017 – Tribeca Oven, artisan bread manufacturer, has been assessed and certified as meeting the requirements of no genetically engineered ingredients supply chain process verification standard as of March 22, 2017 by SGS. Certifying body, SGS (www.sgs.com) is an approved laboratory for the US’s Non-GMO Project, a non-profit organization committed to preserving and building the Non-GMO food supply, educating consumers, and providing verified Non-GMO choices. Tribeca Oven’s commitment to producing all natural bread products laid the groundwork for this extensive process to be successfully completed. Tribeca Oven’s custom seal will serve as a reminder to customers of our commitment to no GMO ingredients.
“Tribeca Oven was founded on the principal that sourcing quality ingredients and honoring the old-world bread baking traditions results in the most wholesome artisan bread. By ensuring that our ingredients do not contain genetically modified ingredients, we are ensuring that our legacy of premium artisan bread will be sustainable and long lasting.” said Marc Essenfeld, CEO of Tribeca Oven.
Tribeca Oven produces more than 50 types of par-baked and thaw and serve artisan bread products that are available through wholesale and retail outlets in the United States. All of Tribeca Oven’s products are free from preservatives and artificial flavors/colors. Product lines have been developed that are certified Organic, Kosher, and/or Whole Grain Council. In addition, Tribeca Oven is a SQF Level 2 certified facility.
About Tribeca Oven: Tribeca Oven, Inc. was established in 1981 on New York’s Park Avenue with the goal of producing premium, artisan bread. Tradition and innovation were the pillars for the major growth that the company experienced in its early years. As the company grew, larger facilities were needed to keep up with demand resulting in the company moving to TriBeCa, NY in 1988, Brooklyn, NY in 1997 and finally to Carlstadt, NJ in 2004 where it is currently located.
In 2014, Tribeca Oven was acquired by C.H. Guenther & Son, a Texas grain based company. Although under new corporate leadership, Tribeca Oven never lost the entrepreneurial spirit on which it was founded and is always striving for the highest quality products.Today, Tribeca Oven is committed to meeting the growing demand for high quality artisan bread. Our company takes pride in delivering a consistent artisan bread program that combines fresh-baked quality with par-baked convenience – it’s bread from the hearth!