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Let’s Visit Angel’s Bakery

Rhona Lewis

In 1927, Shlomo Angel began buying flour inDamascus and selling it inJerusalem. He then bought a bakery in Bayit Vegan and asked his father and three brothers to join him.

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

bread Angel’s Bakery isIsrael’s largest bakery. There are four Angel’s bakeries in the country, inJerusalem, Lod, Netivot, and Kfar Choresh.

When Angel’s began, they had 25 workers and baked 8,500 loaves a day. Today they have 1,800 workers and bake more than 500,000 breads and rolls daily. It’s not just one kind of bread, either. Angel’s has several hundred types of breads, rolls, challos, and pita, as well as cakes and pastries. And don’t worry if you don’t live inIsrael; you can find Angel’s products in theUSA,Denmark, theUK,France, andBelgium.

 

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