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Cloud Bread has been the #1 daily bread in New York City for the past 5 years, but today they will be changing that.
Cloud Bread is going to open a new location in Brooklyn.
Cloud’s opening is a big deal because it means Cloud’s customer base is expanding dramatically.
“We have customers from all over the world who come in every day to buy our bread,” says John Gennaro, Cloud’s CEO.
“So the way we want to expand is by selling more of our bread, which will allow us to grow.”
Cloud will sell a limited amount of their bread in store, but will open up to the public once they open up a second location.
The bread store will be open for lunch and dinner from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., but will also have lunch, dinner, and dessert available.
Cloud will be the first bakery in the country to sell baked goods online.
They plan to start by selling a few dozen boxes of bread a day to their existing customers.
Gennarro says they want to get customers buying more bread every day.
“The bread will be good,” Gennero says.
“But the customers will also be able to choose from different types of breads.”
Cloud is not the only bakery in town.
Two others, Kinkos Bakery and Deli, also recently opened up in Brooklyn, and they also sell bread.
Gannaro says that both of them are trying to make a difference in the city.
“There’s a lot of people in New Jersey who have been wanting to buy more bread,” Gannero says, “and there’s a few people in California who have tried a Cloud Bread and they’ve had a lot more fun than they would have liked.”
In the meantime, Cloud will still sell bread at the grocery store and the convenience store, and also sell their own bread to other locations in New, New York, and New Jersey.
Cloud bakery will be one of the first in the state to sell online.
The Brooklyn location will be called the Cloud Bread Bakery, and the Brooklyn location is going by the name Cloud Bakery.
Cloud is also opening up a bakery in Miami.
They will be opening up in the area of West End Avenue and West 7th Street in Miami Beach.
“I think the best thing that happens when a bakery opens up is people love it,” Ghanaro says.