Find Our Bread
You can find our bread in a range of different places from cafes and restaurants where you can relax and eat our products, to delis, shops and markets where you can buy whatever takes your fancy!
Eat or simply take home!
Finding our bread couldn't be easier. Pick where you want to eat or buy your bread and take a closer look at the places that stock and serve it. You will find contact details as well as directions.
Eat Alex's Bread & Pastries
Find and enjoy Alex's bread and pastries across a wide range of different eating establishments from small cafes, bistros and pubs right up to renowned restaurants and hotels.
So take a break and enjoy the breads and pastries during a delicious meal.
Buy Alex's Bread & Pastries
Looking to buy Alex's bread or pastries to enjoy at home, on the move or simply right at that moment? You will find his baked goods in a wide range of places from farm shops, delis and wholefood shops right to selected Waitrose stores.
Buy your fresh bread or pastries from a range of stockists today.
Why stock our bread?
We appreciate good bread and know that our stockists do too. We offer freshly baked goods, made with only the best ingredients and in a traditional way, delivered on a daily basis, so you can offer the best to your customers.
We are extremely proud to work with a wide range of stockists including the following:
If you are a shop, pub, restaurant, deli or cafe and your are interested in stocking our bread, contact us below to find out how to do this and what The Alex Gooch Bakery can offer you.
Contact Alex and his team to find out more about becoming a stockist. If possible please include information about where you are based, your company name, the type of business you run and what you are interested in stocking.
Become a stockist
BBC FOOD & FARMING AWARDS
2010 Best Food Producer
“It was a real honour to win such a prestigious award. We were extremely proud to be announced as only the second bakery to ever win it. ”
“Alex made bread that produced total silence around a table of judges.”
— Sheila Dillon, BBC Food programme