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December 13, 2015


Jennifer’s Homemade Breadsticks and Flatbread

by Anne Paddock

You can taste the love in every bite.

Jennifer’s Homemade Breadsticks and Flatbread are made from scratch with only the finest natural ingredients:  wheat flour, extra virgin olive oil, kosher salt and fresh rosemary. Crunchy, delicious, and naturally vegan, the breadsticks and flatbread are versatile which makes them perfect for snacking and entertaining. Simply place the flatbreads in a bread basket or the breadsticks in a wide mouth jar on a table and watch them disappear.

Jenniefer's_Homemade_BreadsticksWhat differentiates Jennifer’s Homemade Breadsticks and Flatbread from others is the rich flavor of the olive oil that comes through in every bite. Of course, the breadsticks and flatbread can be used with a dip or spread, but enjoying au natural is deeply satisfying.Jenniefer's_Homemade_Flatbread

The breadsticks and flatbread come in three flavors:

  • Original
  • Rosemary
  • Salt and Pepper

Jennifer’s Homemade Breadsticks and Flatbread are sold in two sizes: a 6-ounce box ($7) and a 16-ounce bag ($16). Wooden gift crates containing three or six  6-ounce boxes sell for $36 and $58, respectively with free shipping for all orders over $50 at the company website:'s_Homemade_Flatbread_Crates

The boxes of breadsticks and flatbread can also be purchased at all HomeGoods stores and select Publix grocery stores, Whole Foods Markets, and The Fresh Market (primarily in Florida and New York). See the company locator service to find a retailer.

  1. Dec 13 2015

    Hi Pam: You can buy them at the Whole Foods in Greenwich and Darien in Connecticut. Congrats on Dana’s job! Great news. I will send you an e-mail with our address.

  2. pam
    Dec 13 2015

    Thanks, Anne.
    Will add these to my shopping list.
    Please let me know your mailing address. Want to send a card.
    All the best for a happy and festive Christmas.
    XX Pam

    PS Dana just accepted a job at the Metropolitan Museum as an
    “Experience Ambassador”. Sounds like a meeter and greeter but
    it is a start.

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