Queen St Bakery

Rachel Di Martino

Queen St Bakery Products have been Certified Gluten-Free by the Gluten-Free Food Program (GFFP) since 2022, and the National Celiac Association endorses the GFFP certification program.


“With grandparents and parents who emigrated from Italy, I grew up eating food that we planted, harvested and cooked ourselves.

Because I saw first hand the way my Nonni (grandparents) used our homegrown and fresh ingredients to cook, I always knew what went into the food I ate and it always felt good after. I didn’t realize until I was older how not everyone had the same experience or relationship with food.

Unfortunately, so many of the products you come across today, including and especially those you think are ‘healthy’, contain very little nutritional value, a lot of sugar and unnecessary ingredients. To add, they often leave you feeling bloated and tired, which we’ve affectionately started to call ” the bread-hangover.”emigrate

  • 1-for-1 Superfood Baking Mix
  • Artisan Long Bun
  • Artisan Hamburger Bun
  • Chia Charcoal Bread
  • Chia Classic Bread
  • Cinnamon Raisin Bread
  • English Muffin – Original
  • Romano White Bean Bread
  • Superfood Everything Bagel
  • Superfood Chia and Flax Bagel
  • Super Cinnamon Raisin Bagel
  • White Bean and Grape Skin Bread
  • White Bean Millet Bread



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