We’re not your run-of-the-mill gluten-free bread. We’re the power of the elements — water and earth, stone and fire — transformed into nourishing, living food.

More Than Just a Business, a Way of Life

We’re a mother-daughter team, Danielle and Trinity, who make gluten-free foods because we need them for our own health and wellbeing. We began our gluten-free journey over a decade ago when Danielle was diagnosed with Celiac Disease. Once she became gluten-free she found herself missing some of life’s most elemental foods — good bread among them. After taking over the 25-year-old Grindstone Bakery brand in 2022, now she and her daughter make gluten-free breads they can live by.

What We Stand For

We challenge the status quo and take our own path. We’re not bandwagon jumpers and we don’t care that gluten-free foods are cool now. We eat this way because this is the way to eat.

We believe that real food is the best food — so we don’t fill our products with unrecognizable ingredients, fillers, and stuff you don’t need. Our breads are made from a handful of recognizable ingredients, in small batches, using slow food techniques to create truly nutritious food.

Good from Start to Finish

That’s why we use only organic, non-GMO ingredients and we treat our employees like family. We believe in doing good and being good — from the way we treat our suppliers, our customers, our community, and the planet.

We say NO so you can say YES

When you are trying to eat a healthy, gluten-free diet, you often find yourself saying no. But the joys in life come from saying “Yes!” We’ve taken all the No out of food for you, so you can say a resounding YES to delicious, nutritious Grindstone Bakery breads. That’s why all Grindstone Bakery products contain NO: gluten, wheat, commercial yeast, dairy, soy, eggs, peanuts, potatoes, rice, corn, added sugar, gums, preservatives.

Certified organic, non-GMO, vegan, and gluten-free.

Real food is the best food and good bread is elemental.

We’re more than just a business, we’re a way of life. Come break bread with us.