Contact Your bountiful Bakery

Serving bountiful, Woods Cross, North Salt Lake & Farmington

Locations:

Great Harvest Bread Co of Bountiful
43 500 S
Bountiful, Utah 84010

801-296-2524 Email

THIS PLACE IS HEAVEN ON EARTH! With every purchase you get a huge slice of your choice of bread for free. The pumpkin chocolate chip bread is to die. Make sure to ask them to heat it up! The sandwiches are great. The peanut butter bar is amazing as well. But the all time fav: the CINNAMON BREAD! My taste buds thank you...
— Jenna D., Posted January 15th 2020 on Yelp
Always great staff and service.
— Ty Berrett, Posted January 8th 2020 on Google
Great little store with just the Great Harvest basics. When in the area it is an excuse to stop here and get some of the best bread by far in Utah. They also offer samples of several breads and the cookies and pastries are amazing.
— Scott Cole, Posted January 8th 2020 on Google
We love going to this store. Jeff is an awesome owner who makes everyone feel welcome. They have the best bread and cookies. My company always uses them for our holiday gifts. We get the bread baskets and he is very accommodating.
— lee clark, Posted January 8th 2020 on Google
What a Gem find. I went in to just browse at the bread options, they were still baking but I order the breastfask roll with cheese and japenos. They even gave a slice of their cinnamon bread n org were highly outrageously delicious
— Don Mucheck, Posted January 8th 2020 on Google
Great bread products. Delicious. But.. even better customer service.
— William Bruce VanderToolen, Posted December 8th 2019 on Google
Good bread they for sure know how to rise to the occasion
— Mike Pettingill, Posted November 12th 2019 on Google
Fantastic bread. Learned about it in MA and was so excited to find it here too
— Dan Mendelsohn, Posted November 8th 2019 on Google
Good bread they for sure know how to rise to the occasion
— Mike Pettingill, Posted November 8th 2019 on Google
Fantastic bread. Learned about it in MA and was so excited to find it here too
— Dan Mendelsohn, Posted October 29th 2019 on Google