Boaggio's Bread Moving; Opening Two New Locations

Boaggio’s Bread On The Move; Opening Two New Locations

After over 15 years, beloved bakery Boaggio’s Bread will be moving out of its current Mount Laurel location at 823 East Gate Drive and opening TWO separate locations to serve its customers better. ETA is early April.

“We’ve outgrown our current facility,” Kevin O’Donnell, Director of Business Development, told South Jersey Food Scene. “Our commercial and retail operations have grown astronomically, so it makes sense for us to move and segment these businesses.”

The commercial bakery will move to a new facility in Gloucester City, allowing them to focus on the wholesale side of their business there. This location will eventually have a small retail presence for bread and bakery items only. It will not be a full retail store, however.

Loyal fans of the retail store, its famous prepared foods and baked goods, and catering operations will be pleased to know that the new storefront will remain in Mount Laurel, located at The Ellipse Center at 4201 Church Rd East (right off Route 73), in the former Good Foods to Go storefront. There will also be some seating at this location for up to 14-20 indoors plus outdoor seating in good weather. 

“2024 is going to be a huge year for us,” O’Donnell exclaimed. “We went from panicking during the pandemic to growing our business larger than ever! These new locations will allow us to expand and meet our customer demands. We are beyond grateful!”

Boaggio’s Bread, Inc. is an award-winning bakery established in 1988 by founders Rich and Donna Boaggio. Many restaurants in the region use their bread products. When the pandemic hit in 2020, they pivoted to a retail and catering operation at the front of the current warehouse facility in the East Gate Industrial Park. Through vigorous social media promotion and word of mouth, retail became their primary business until the commercial business returned. 

Stay tuned for more news as it becomes available!


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Marilyn Johnson

Marilyn is a freelance writer covering the food and drink scene of South Jersey. You can find more of her writing on Philly Grub and NewsBreak.

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