About Our Products

Our team is not only making paleo bread and other baked goods for you, but we are living the paleo lifestyle in solidarity with you. Before we started The Loaf LLC, we were just like you: we were scouring our local grocery stores for paleo bread so that we could maybe (possibly!) eat sandwiches like a normal person. On the rare occasion that we could actually find a paleo bread, we felt like we were being taken advantage of for a quick sale. (Who in the world we buy that again?!) Yes, the bread was paleo, but it was gross! 

And, it was never organic; this fact was always bewildering. Don’t most paleo people eat organic, too?

Certified Organic

All of The Loaf’s paleo breads (and everything else we make) are certified organic, which means that all of our ingredients are also non-GMO. 

We go to great lengths to source ingredients from around the country to make sure our customers are receiving the best! 

Our customers deserve to enjoy tasty, high-quality food, so The Loaf makes paleo bread (and other goodies!) that everyone - even those who don't avoid gluten, grains, and dairy - enjoy. 

Gluten Free

The Loaf products are all gluten-free and made in a totally gluten-free facility with no risk of cross-contamination.

We hope to be able to fill that empty space in your bread box (and heart!) that used to be filled by the gluten and wheat-filled bread.

About Our Packaging

We go beyond the minimum requirements of avoiding ingredients like grains and dairy, and even beyond our high standards of quality and flavor, by also delivering high quality, organic, and safely packaged products.

Our packaging is not only attractive, it’s designed to serve your health: we consult with a scientist out of the Mayo Clinic, Dr. Anthony Jay, author of Estrogeneration, and President & CEO of AJ Consulting Company, with the goal of avoiding any chemical contamination of our products by toxic plastic packaging, especially those chemicals that act like estrogen when consumed. 

When plastics come into contact with food, toxic chemicals can leach into the food. Then, when consumed, the chemicals act like estrogen in our bodies.  These are referred to as estrogenics. 

Avoiding Estrogenic Contamination

So, when plastic is necessary for freshness (and non-toxic plastic is not available in the form we need), we first wrap the bread (and cookies), in natural parchment paper to prevent any plastic contact with the food, which prevents any leaching of chemicals.

Artisanal Bread and Packaging

This has all worked out to give our packaging the “Old World Artisanal Bread” look, which turns out to be a great esthetic!


How to Store Our Bread

The packaging also helps keep the bread fresh longer! By rewrapping the bread wrapped in the parchment paper after removing a slice, and placing the loaf back in the plastic bag and into the refrigerator (or freezer for long term storage), your bread will keep its moist and fresh texture.

All breads from The Loaf store for 10 days in the refrigerator and 6 months in the freezer.

The Paleo & Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies can be kept for 2 weeks in a sealed container in the cupboard, 3 weeks in the refrigerator, and 12 months in the freezer.

The Gingersnap Cookies can be stored for two months in a sealed container in the cupboard.