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Jul 26, 2014 07:41 PM

A Toast to Bread

Does anyone know what happened to theToast to Bread bakery? They are no longer at the St.Paul Saturday Farmers Market, and I no longer see their products at Byerly's. I have googled to no avail. Their Facebook page has not been updated for along time, but I don't have a Facebook log in, so can't access their page. I'm pretty sure they are gone, but I find it odd that a a business that had been around as long as they had could just disappear from the scene without anyone in the media noticing.

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  1. I *do* have a Facebook account and I see their page has not been updated since Thanksgiving of last year. I know they sold at Mississippi Market but, now that you mention it, I don't recall seeing their product there any time lately. If I remember next time I'm there (and if someone else does not provide the answer), I'll look specifically. It does seem odd. I hope someone knows the story.

    1. they're on yelp, too, as is a contact number (no log in required for yelp).

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      1. re: prasantrin

        True. My experience with yelp, though, is that businesses can be reported as "Closed" erroneously. ATtB may be closed without yelp reporting it so. The most recent review on yelp is several months old, too.

        1. re: steve_in_stpaul

          I never said Yelp reported it as closed (or open, for that matter), I only offered that a phone number was available. If the number is out of order, then the business is most likely closed. Unless you're paying by the minute for the phone call, what's the harm in calling (and what's the point in pointing out that Yelp/Facebook/Whatever information can be out of date?)?

          And it's the same phone number as on the Facebook page and in countless of other online sources.

          1. re: prasantrin

            Well, hey, you could have called the number and reported back, too. :-)

            And there is value in pointing out that just because information is on the 'net, it isn't necessarily accurate.

            But I think I somehow managed to hit a nerve with you. My apologies if you were offended.

            1. re: steve_in_stpaul

              It would have been a long distance call for me (I don't even live in the US), otherwise I would have.

      2. A Facebook follower posted this on January 15 2014 and never got a reply-

        I was told at my regular grocery store that ATtB has closed. Is that true?