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    Entenmann's is a bakery brand now owned by Canadian company George Weston Limited. It was started by a German immigrant in Brooklyn in 1898. Their cakes and snacks are distributed in many grocery and convenience store locations in the United States. They are also now distributed in Canada in markets owned by the Weston company.

    Entenmann's history

    In the late 1800s, a young teenager named William Entenmann helped sell baked goods at his father's bakery in Germany. Dreaming of success in America, William later immigrated to New York and in 1898, opened his first bakery in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn, New York. He began delivering his Entenmann's cakes, breads and rolls door-to-door in a horse-drawn buggy. The family recipe proved to be a success, and the reputation for quality soon spread beyond Brooklyn. In the early 1900's William's son contracted rheumatic fever, and taking the doctor's advice, the family moved the business from Brooklyn to the country. They set up shop on Main Street in Bay Shore, Long Island where William, Jr. took over the shop as well as the home and delicatessen routes. It was there that he met his future wife, Martha, who was one of the pastry sales clerks. Their three sons would carry on the tradition starting with cleaning the ovens and decorating cakes.

    Thanks to the growing demand for their pastries and decorated cakes, Entenmann's survived the depression, attracting prestigious families such as the Morgans and Vanderbilts. After a fatal heart attack in 1951, William, Jr.'s three sons returned home from the Korean War and met with their mother to chart a new course for Entenmann's Bakery. They recognized a trend for one-stop shopping and large supermarkets, and discontinued making breads. Instead they concentrated their efforts on pastries, and developed their first wholesale route with Food Fair, one of Long Island's first supermarkets.

    They soon expanded their business to include New Jersey and Connecticut, and in 1961, on five acres in Bay Shore, the Entenmann's built what is still the largest baking facility of its kind in the United States. Since then, the business has expanded to Florida, the Midwest and West Coast.

    After 100 years, Entenmann's still bakes up special treats for everyday. From the famous chocolate-dipped donut to the first line of fat-free baked goods and multigrain bars, Entenmann's still makes everyday feel like a special day.

    Today, Entenmann's is part of the George Weston Bakeries family, the home of all the fresh baked brands America has loved for generations.

    List of some products

    Rich Frosted Donuts
    Cheese Topped Coffee Cake
    Crumb Cake
    Crumb Donuts
    Frosted Mini Donuts
    Little Bites Blueberry Muffins
    Little Bites Fudge Brownies
    Original Recipe Chocolate Chip Cookies
    Louisiana Crunch Ring
    Raspberry Danish Twist
    Fat Free Raspberry Danish Twist
    All Butter Loaf Cake
    Little Bites 100 Calorie Packs Soft-Baked Brownie Bites
    Little Bites 100 Calorie Packs Soft-Baked Strawberry Squares

    Links

    Official Website
    http://entenmanns.gwbakeries.com/

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