Fresh Sourdough cafe to open again

  • Tuesday, November 26, 2013 5:44pm
  • News

The original 30-year of the Fresh Sourdough Express Bakery and Cafe, Kevin and Donna Maltz, will be reopening the Bakery & Café in the spring of 2014 and it will be better than ever.

It has been a challenging time for us over the past year. We learned a lot when we sold our business for the first time — the sale did not work out and we own the café again. Fortunately, some of our amazing staff members that have been part of the team for years have already committed to return for the 2014 season and we are grateful. 

Our intention at this time is to find a core group of folks who wish to profit share and run the business and Kevin and I shall stay involved to assure its success. We love the business, and know its bountiful potential if lead by the right people. 

If you or you know any socially reasonable business folks that love food, the environment and preferably have some business experience, please send them our way. Homer is such a special place it would be great to see some Homer-raised young adults take advantage of this opportunity. 

We wish to thank you all so much for your concern and support and for understanding why it has taken some time to communicate anything during this challenging time. We truly look forward to serving you in the spring.

Blessings and Gratitude,

Donna and Kevin Maltz, owners and founders 

The Fresh Sourdough Express 

Bakery and Café – since 1982

 

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