Trenary Home Bakery has new owners

TRENARY — Trenary Home Bakery announces that after three and a half years of ownership Andy Reichert has sold the bakery to Marquette locals Marco Dossena, Brianna Wynsma, and Nucci Cerioli.

The new ownership trio has dug their roots in the Upper Peninsula, with Dossena and Wynsma being Northern Michigan University alumni. All have experience in production and the food industry, and with Cerioli’s rich experience of globally running Kellogg’s plants, they feel they are up to the challenge of safeguarding the Upper Peninsula staple.

“Trenary Home Bakery will continue to produce the iconic Trenary Toast and other bakery products. We proudly continue to offer the classic Cinnamon Trenary Toast, as well as a wide variety of specialty flavors including Cardamom Sugar, Vanilla, Cinnamon Raisin, and Chocolate Dipped Toast. We will continue to produce the original Limpu, Mini Limpu, and Rye breads, as well as the ooey-gooey Cinnamon Bread,” a press release stated.

The production facility and retail store will remain in Trenary, and the staff will remain with the bakery.

Trenary Home Bakery was established in 1928 by Jorma Syannen, who began the tradition of the now iconic Finnish Dried Coffee Bread. For over 90 years Trenary Home Bakery has been serving the people of the Upper Peninsula authentic, high quality, and handmade toast and bakery products. All products are produced and packed by hand in Trenary.