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About Big Sky Bread
Big Sky Bread Company is a commercial whole-grain bakery founded by Jeff and Patti Pierce in 1994 in Mountain Brook Village. Big Sky, part of a Cincinnati, Ohio-based chain, bakes breads, cookies and granola sold in grocery stores and other retail outlets nationwide. The company was bought by C&M Food Distributing, a subsidiary of Fenwick Capital, in 2006.
Big Sky grew quickly from the original Stone Mill Bakery opened by Roger and Beth Elkus at Cincinnati’s Oakley Square in 1990. Roger’s brother, Barry, and friend Harold Tieger, joined as business partners, opening 17 company-owned stores and 19 franchised locations by 1996.
Birmingham’s Big Sky franchise, the company’s 13th, began as a 2,000 square-foot retail bakery and lunch counter in the Bromberg’s building at 2812 Cahaba Road in Mountain Brook Village. It sources wheat from northern Montana and stone grinds the grain at the bakery, adding clover honey from Michigan and other all-natural ingredients.
As commercial accounts grew, the expense of maintaining a retail presence became a hindrance to growth. The company opened a 10,000 square-foot bakery and warehouse at Cahaba Valley Business Park in 2005 and consolidated all baking to that location in 2011.
In 2010 Big Sky and sister company Moore’s Marinades became sponsors of the No. 2 Chevy Silverado driven by Ken Schrader in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
The Big Sky bakery in Pelham supplies Publix, Whole Foods, Piggly Wiggly, and Bruno’s supermarkets in the Southeast, as well as Kroger, Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market, Quality Food Center and other stores outside the South. The company also fulfills mail orders from all over the country.