Dec. 28, 2010 – Bakery On Main invites you to visit its new website to experience all of the new features it has to offer consumers.
The new design is unique in that it is completely made up of hand-drawn illustrations, and gives consumers the feeling they are actually walking into Bakery On Main – the website is essentially a blown-up version of the little bakery in the company’s logo.
A number of changes have been made to this updated version of its website including a detailed FAQ page, updated store locator, more user-friendly and more secure online store, and a completely new section, titled community. The store locator will be continually updated as it enters new stores and receives information.
News stories have been brought front and center on the homepage including major events, stories, new product releases, and “the blog race”. The Blog Race is a game that determines which Bakery On Main product has the most buzz going on the blogs.
The newest and most exciting part of this website is the Community section. This section makes it easy to find product reviews, gluten free resources, newsletters and events.
The new website makes it easy for consumers to join the company’s email club. There is a “join the club” mailbox icon, a top level link, and a page within the community section on every page on the website.
The Eat Better Live Better club members get $1.50 off the customer’s next purchase, special offers and coupons every month, recipes, new product announcements, news, events and more. Bakery On Main welcomes members from anywhere in the US, UK and Canada.
For more information, please contact Christine Shawah at (860) 895-6622, extension 306 or visit www.bakeryonmain.com.
ABOUT BAKERY ON MAIN
Bakery on Main was founded in 2003 with a simple philosophy: food that’s good for you should taste good too. It all started in the small bakery of a natural foods market on Main Street in Glastonbury, Connecticut. Founder Michael Smulders listened to his Celiac customers complain about the taste of many of the gluten free options available to them. He thought that no one should have to suffer because of a food allergy or other special dietary needs, and made it his mission to create products that were good for them but taste like they aren’t.
Today, the company’s products- gluten free granola, gluten free granola snack bars and gluten free Fiber Power granola- are made in a 34,000 square foot manufacturing facility with state of the art quality controls and in-house gluten testing on every batch. Located just a few miles down the road from the original bakery, the plant maintains the same small bakery quality by continuing to bake in small batches. For more information, visit www.bakeryonmain.com.