Ace Bakery fills the cookie jar

By Penny Caldwell »Penny Caldwell

June 18th, 2009

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There are sacrifices an editor must make in the name of research. For example, this morning I arrived at the office to find two packages of decadent cookies on my desk, courtesy of Ace Bakery. The list of ingredients: dark chocolate, butter, crunchy nuts, honey, whole egg, no preservatives. Twist my arm.

Let’s see: in this box, Oatmeal, Walnut and Chocolate. In the other, Chocolate Pecan. Better try both—can’t let the readers down…

…mmmm, they’re pretty good. In fact they’re yummy. (It’s a tough job, but someone has to do it.)

About Ace Bakery:
•the company opened in Canada 1993 as an artisan bakery making hand-made, European-style rustic breads
•its breads are available across Canada, in the mid-west and on the east coast of the U.S., and in the Bahamas
•they donate a percentage of pre-tax profits to charitable organizations, principally food and nutrition programs that assist low-income members of the community, financing culinary scholarships, and supporting organic farming initiatives
•Ace is recognized as one of the 26 top Canadian brands of all time in Ikonica: A Field Guide to Canada’s Brandscape (2008)

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