LAKE KATRINE, N.Y. — Organic bread baker Bread Alone is set to receive $800,000 from the Regional Economic Development Council as part of a larger $763 million in economic and community development funding set forth by New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo.
The funding will be used to expand Bread Alone’s Lake Katrine bakery, adding 15,000 square feet of space to the site. Additionally, the $4.4 million expansion will increase Bread Alone’s commitment to sustainable business operations, featuring LEED-certified construction and expanded use of renewable energy.
Founded in 1983, Bread Alone has locations in Boiceville, Kingston, Lake Katrine, Rhinebeck and Woodstock, N.Y. The bakery’s products are available in stores and at farmers' markets across the Hudson Valley to Albany, including parts of New Jersey, Connecticut, Westchester and Long Island.