New bak­ery opens

Serve Daily - - INSIDE - By Lisa Ste­wart for Serve Daily

SPRINVILLE — Honey & Grains - Springville Utah's "from scratch" bak­ery - held its Grand Open­ing Party last week- end.

Al­most 1,000 peo­ple showed up to cel- ebrate Honey & Grains Grand Re-Open- ing held at their store in Springville, Utah on Satur­day, July 21st.

The event was kicked off by a rib­bon cut­ting cer­e­mony, led by the Springville Mayor Rick Child; City Coun­cil­men Craig Jensen, Mike Snel­son, Brett Nel­son and Ja­son Miller; Springville Ad­min­is­tra- tor Rod Ol­droyd; Springville-Maple­ton Cham­ber of Com­merce Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Shir­lene Allred and Craig Conover; and Miss Springville Roy­alty. Kids lined up to win free donuts and cook­ies while the adults en­joyed sam­pling a huge as­sort- ment of bread, dips, cook­ies and more.

Ten raf­fle win­ners won gift cards to a va­ri­ety of Springville busi­nesses. Over 100 peo­ple at­tempted the Ninja War­rior Hang Chal­lenge for a chance to win $100 cash for hang­ing for 90 sec­onds. Salt Lake Bee's mas­cot Bum­ble and Utah Griz­zlies' Grizzbee posed for pictures and cheered on the com­peti­tors.

The big win­ner was Travis Frantz, who found the hid­den Golden Ticket in one of Honey & Grains sour­dough loaf's and won free bread for an en­tire year!

Honey & Grains Bak­ery was started 15 years ago by Jared Wester­camp and was re­cently pur­chased by Jon Ste­wart and his daugh­ter Ju­lia Robin­son. Jon Ste­wart is known for be­ing the old­est com­peti­tor on Amer­i­can Ninja War­rior and for set­ting many records in the last six sea­sons on NBC's hit TV show.

"The Grand Open­ing was a chance for us to in­tro­duce our­selves, the newly re- mod­eled store and the new prod­ucts to Springville. We are so ex­cited to con­tinue pro­vid­ing the best tast­ing prod­ucts at ex- cellent prices to fam­i­lies and busi­nesses in this area" said Ju­lia Robin­son, Honey & Grains co-owner. "Good, nu­tri­tious food is such a vi­tal as­pect of main­tain­ing your health and stay­ing fit, es­pe­cially as you age. Honey & Grains Bak­ery doesn't use any pre- ser­va­tives or ad­di­tives -- we make our bread the way it should be made" said Jon Ste­wart, the 56-year old Amer­i­can Nin- ja War­rior vet­eran and Honey & Grains co-owner. For more in­for­ma­tion, please call 801- 491-9495 or visit http://hon­eyand­grains.com Honey & Grains Bak­ery has been in busi­ness for 15 years, serv­ing Utah fam- ilies and restau­rants with healthy, lo­cally sourced and all nat­u­ral bread and fresh baked items. Honey & Grains Bak­ery is lo­cated off I-15 400S exit at 484 S. 1750 W. in Springville, Utah, right in front of Wal-Mart. New own­ers, Jon Ste­wart and his daugh­ter Ju­lia Robin­son are pas­sion- ate about pro­vid­ing de­li­cious and healthy freshly baked prod­ucts.

Honey and Grains Bak­ery Rib­bon Cut­ting Cer­e­mony.

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