Small Business Feature: Tastes Like Home, No Matter How You Slice It

We’ve all heard the phrase, “The best thing since sliced bread.” Well, Great Harvest Bread Co. in Cedar Rapids takes that saying to a whole new level.

Over 15 years ago, Dion and Laurel Williams moved to Dion’s hometown of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. The couple own and operate the Great Harvest Bread Co. bakery, a popular spot for lunch and all things baked goods. All Whole Wheat breads are made from flour they mill every day to ensure that the customer is always getting the best bread made fresh daily. To keep things exciting, GHB has daily specialty bread and baked goodies.

As detailed in their June e-newsletter, you can find the GHB team participating in community events such as the Cedar Rapids Downtown Farmer’s Market, as well as hosting their June Afternoon Tea Event with a special menu. Thanks to the exceptional customer service provided by the staff and the deliciously fresh product, GHB has fans all over Iowa and the rest of the country.
What’s great is that you don’t have to live in Cedar Rapids to enjoy the mouthwatering baked goods each and every day. Pak Mail Cedar Rapids ships bread and goodies from GHB all across the Midwest and the rest of the country. Pak Mail’s Lee and Chris Fredrickson will make sure your order gets to you when you need it so you can enjoy that delectable, savory bread every day. Being packaging and shipping experts, Pak Mail offers expedited shipping such as Next Day service for items such as food and other perishables, so that companies like Great Harvest Bread Co. can better serve their customers.

With 88% of the private companies in the U.S. employing 19 or fewer employees (Source: U.S. SBA), we at Pak Mail believe local businesses are vital to the health of the U.S. economy. Therefore, PostalAnnex+ is pleased to feature The Great Harvest Bread Co. as our Featured Local Neighborhood Business and encourages locals to buy from local businesses.

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Image: Great Harvest Bread Co. Facebook

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