Walla Walla Bread Company
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A new Community Supported Bakery model is rising at Walla Walla Bread Co.

The downtown Walla Walla business announced the launch of its program, a subscription service for weekly bread deliveries.

“This is an unprecedented time for restaurants and bakeries, and we are calling upon our community for help,” the announcement on social media said.

The program helps support the business, which is hit not only with the closure of its own dining room but as a bread supplier to other local restaurants also closed from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Purchases help support Walla Walla Bread Co., as well as Small’s Family Farm, which provides the flour used.

Packages range from $50 to $160 per month. The minimum package includes delivery of one artisan bread and a 1/2 poundcake each week. To learn more visit w2breadco.com.

Vicki Hillhouse can be reached at vickihillhouse@wwub.com or 509-526-8321.

Vicki covers business and economic development, including tourism, the Port of Walla Walla and the Strictly Business column, as well as features. She has been reporting for the Union-Bulletin since late 2001.

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