To maintain freshness, Free Bread delivers in New York City
and Ships to New England.
Order Free Bread products by clicking the Order button to the left or by clicking here.
LOCAL (NYC) CUSTOMERS:
Please place your orders through GoodEggs.com by clicking here.
Delivery to New England Orders outside of New York City will be shipped frozen and will thaw in transit.
(CT, DC, ME, MA, NJ, NY, PA, RI, VT)
All orders to New England will be shipped UPS Ground for a flat $14.00 fee. You will be notified when the order has shipped, and will receive your breads the next business day.
Please review the following guidelines on the best way to store and enjoy our bread.
We here at Free Bread have noticed that there are two camps of bread buyers in the US. People who leave bread on the counter and people who store bread in the fridge. We are in the former camp, which is especially challenging with the limited counter space afforded us New York City dwellers!
We recommend storing our fresh products in plastic at room temp. Following these guidelines, our breads will last 2 or 3 days. If you prefer your breads stored in the fridge, you will get an extra 1-2 days of freshness, but the texture will change slightly.
When you receive your order, remove whatever breads you think will be consumed in two days and place them in the plastic bag that comes with your order. Freeze the rest! Free Bread lasts 4-6 months in the freezer. When you're ready to enjoy, you may thaw at room temp, or place directly into a 350 degree oven or toaster oven for 5-7 minutes, depending on your toast preference. For the extra-hungry, pop the rolls in the the microwave for 20 seconds and enjoy, and for a nicer crust, follow this step with 2 minutes at 350 degrees in the toaster or conventional oven.