California grocer to add Schwartz Brothers baked goods

by Eric Schroeder
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SEATTLE — Schwartz Brothers Bakery has partnered with Ralphs grocery store to offer the company’s products on store shelves at 242 Ralphs’ locations throughout southern California.

“From Mini Pink Frosted Cookies with just the perfect amount of sweet to organic bread and savory focaccia, Schwartz Brothers Bakery is well-known throughout the Pacific Northwest for quality baked goods, and we are proud to bring this culinary tradition to the Ralphs customers,” said Lindsey Schwartz, president and chief executive officer of Schwartz Brothers Restaurants.

As part of the partnership, Ralphs will carry 27 products from the Schwartz Brothers Bakery line, ranging from savory bread to sweet desserts. Products include brioche buns, jalapeno focaccia, carrot zucchini bread, peanut butter swirl brownies, mini angel food cakes, frosted mini cookies and more.

Schwartz Brothers said it uses “fresh creamery butter” as the cornerstone of its products, and ingredients are locally-sourced when possible, including grains, berries, nuts and dairy from Northwest suppliers. The bakery offers a new line of certified organic bread and bagels, and all products are made without trans-fat, high-fructose corn syrup or artificial flavors and colors. Most products are certified kosher.

Schwartz Brothers Bakery was established in 1973 to serve the Schwartz Brothers’ family of restaurants with bread and house-made desserts. The bakery currently provides all of the baked goods for Chandler’s Crabhouse, Daniel’s Broiler, Spazzo Italian Grill & Wine Bar and Gretchen’s Shoebox Express.

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