How do I preorder bread?

To guarantee you get the bread you want, reserve your loaf on the preorder page.

Select the day you would like to pick up and scroll through our offerings, add what you'd like to your cart and for each item, you'll be prompted to select your pickup day and location. If you'd like to pick up on multiple days, make sure you add the item to your cart twice, selecting different pickup days.

For preorders, payment will be processed when you checkout, not the day of pick up. There is no minimum order.


Where and when do I pick up my pre-ordered baked goods?

Currently, we offer preorder pick up Tuesday through Saturday 7:30am-3pm at Kona Butcher Shop, 75-5660 Kopiko Street, Suite D6. Kona Butcher Shop is open 11am-6pm and will hold preordered items after we close at 1pm.


Where can I find your products without preordering?

In store:

We share a space with Kona Butcher Shop and sell every Tuesday-Saturday 7:30am-1pm. Kona Butcher Shop is open 11am-6pm and will hold preordered items after we close at 1pm.


Daylight Mind Coffee Company, Kona and Waikoloa Village- sourdough and various pastries

Ola Brew, Kona- focaccia

The Westin Hapuna Beach Resort, Waimea- ‘ulu sourdough

The Locavore Store, Hilo- ‘ulu sourdough loaves

Paul’s Place, Holualoa- various sourdoughs and breads


How much does it cost?

The item prices will vary, ranging from $3 to $12. 


WHAT ingredients do you use?

We bake with simple & strong ingredients, letting them speak for themselves. Focusing on local (some even from the farm!), unprocessed, & organically grown or certified. Most of our breads just include three ingredients, flour, water, & salt fermented naturally with our sourdough culture. All of our sourdough breads are vegan. Check out our preorder page for the specific ingredients in each product and our ingredients page to see where they come from. 


Why sourdough?

Using the sourdough process is how some of the first bakers leavened their bread. Not only does it produce a tasty product, pulling flavors out of the grain not recognized before, using a sourdough culture will help with the digestibility of the bread. Meaning if you feel you have any sort of gluten intolerance, long-fermented sourdough bread may be for you.


If you have any questions not listed here, please feel free to send us an email. We try to be transparent with all of our processes & ingredients and love to educate if possible.