Monday, May 20, 2013

Danbury Welcomes Whole Foods and Davidovich Bakery

Danbury Welcomes Whole Foods and Davidovich Bakery

Danbury, Connecticut welcomed Whole Foods and the Davidovich Bakery to their town on Friday May 17, 2013 with the grand opening of a new Whole Foods Market at the former site of the Marcus Dairy.  This event kicked off with the ceremonial "bread breaking", a Whole Foods tradition which marks the opening of every new location and symbolizes their communal philosophy and their commitment to the communities in which they break ground and break bread.  This location of Whole Foods, among it's other contributions, proudly boasts the addition of 175 jobs to the Danbury community during uncertain economic times.

Davidovich Bagels at Danbury, WF
Davidovich Bakery, as one of the premiere Whole Foods vendors, providing it's world famous hand made, kettle boiled, plank baked, double seeded, all natural Davidovich Bagels as well as Artisan cookies and the best French pastries in the world, attended the opening.  Davidovich's CEO, Gene Davidovich, attended the event personally to congratulate the Whole Foods team on their latest accomplishment, and to meet and greet the public and introduce them to Davidovich's growing line of world famous, gourmet products.

When asked about the store opening, Davidovich's CEO commented, "We have a long history in this region with the Whole Foods family and it's discerning customers.  Our partnerships are forged with retailers who believe in providing the best, possible food products to their customers at the fairest prices."
Davidovich Pastries at Danbury WF

Davidovich Turnovers at WF Danbury