Tri-County Pepper

Our May Bread of the Month

Asiago, Vermont cheddar and Gruyère cheeses with coarse-ground black pepper make for a savory, spicy, splendidly cheesy bread. This loaf makes the best grilled cheese in town.

Tri-County Pepper is $1 off the regular price all month long.

Did ya' know some of our most popular breads can now be ordered online for in-store pickup? Check out the selection...

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NATIONAL DONUT DAY is
FRIDAY, JUNE 1

The 81st-Annual National Donut Day will be celebrated on Friday, June 1, and you better believe CRUST has big plans to celebrate!

Donut-Day logoCRUST’s Donut Vault will be opened for just one day, and you’ll find we’re bringing back a huge assortment of favorites to mark the occasion. Pick up a few for the office, and you’ll be a hero all day long. We’re opening at 6 a.m. on National Donut Day, so you’ll have plenty of time to pick up your order that morning.

New for Donut Day 2018 — Our entire Donut Day assortment is available to Order Online for In-Store Pickup. Just order by Tuesday, May 29! Pickup is available from our Fenton location only.

A brief history of National Donut Day…

National Donut DaySoon after the U.S. entered into World War I in 1917, men and women from The Salvation Army traveled to the combat zones of France to give comfort to American soldiers and serve as a link to home and family. They also established canteens or social centers called “huts” that provided soldiers with small comforts like writing supplies, stamps, and clothes-mending. As often as possible, Salvation Army volunteers would carry donuts and coffee to troops in the trenches to bring comfort and supplement rations.

National Donut DayNational Donut Day was started in 1938 by The Salvation Army to honor their brave volunteers who served behind the front lines during World War I. This unofficial holiday is celebrated the first Friday in June.

We’d like to continue the tradition of giving back, so for a sixth consecutive year, CRUST will donate a portion of sales on June 1 toward summer lunch programs for students in our community. The more you buy; the more we give!

Mark your calendars and save the date…
National Donut Day is Friday, June 1!

 


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