The Kingwood Great Harvest Bread Company has joined in the company’s first nationwide national bread challenge.
What do you do when you have a passion for bread making? For Clent and Nikki Sullivan, you open a Kingwood location of theGreat Harvest Bread Company. Living in the Houston area since 1999 and working in the oil field and finance, they semiretired in 2013. It was then they seriously looked into turning their passion and part time hobby of bread making into a new career path for both of them.
The couple are excited to be part of the company’s first National Bread Challenge.
The challenge gave the Sullivans the opportunity to “rise” to the occasion to give back to the community as they share increased awareness of what a fresh, made-from-scratch healthy bread is, verses a generic, processed supermarket bread that many households buy.
On Nov. 10, 11 or 12, area residents may stop by the store with any loaf of bread that was processed and not from the Great Harvest Bread (even if it has been opened) and exchange it for a loaf of one of the four varieties of their fresh, high quality, handmade bread. All bread that is traded in, as well as all unused Great Harvest bread, will be donated to Humble Area Assistance Ministries and Society of Saint Stephen.
Stop in and pick up one of four varieties of breads, all sweetened with honey, not sugar (they go through one barrel of Sue Bee honey every two weeks). While there, be sure meet Clent and Nikki. You just might see them giving a Girl Scout troop or school group a teaching tour and tasting of the operations. Guests learn that that the breads have been organically tested since 1976 and the wheat and whole berries and are milled in the store and used within four days. The store is located in Kingwood at 2665 Royal Forest Drive Suite B-10. Contact them at 281-973-8203 or greatharvestkingwoodtx.com.