Davidovich Bakery at Summer 2013 Fancy Food Show
By Katherine Sabal
This Summer, Davidovich Bakery will be a returning vendor at the Summer 2013 Fancy Food Show. Davidovich Bakery has been a proud member of theNational Association for the Specialty Food Trade(NASFT) since 2010. Last summer, Davidovich Bakery was recipient of an all-expense paid trip and city sponsored booth by NYCEDC as one of just a few selected winners to represent NYC-bas [ ... ]
Davidovich Bakery is proud to sponsor this wonderful event on MAY 6th, 2012!
We are hopeful that you have enjoyed our bagels, and will be asking your local supermarket manager about them.
Our bagels are Hand Made at our Artisan facility in Queens NY, and are available at our Factory outlet store on SUNDAY 7AM- 1PM
You can also find them at various stores in New York City, CT and NJ. Please contact us for more information
Please visit our home page for more information: http://www.d [ ... ]
When Is Flour Yoshon?
Yoshon Literally means old. This is not to imply that that products that are labeled Yoshon are old in the negative sense. Old used in the context of Yoshon refers to whether or not flour, specifically from Wheat, Oats, Spelt, Rye, and Barley, was planted prior to, or after the "16th of Nissan", which translates to the second day of Passover. Flour from these grains, planted prior to Passover is consider Yoshon, or old, under Jewish Dietary Laws. This flour [ ... ]
‘Artisanal’ Claims Making Foodies Angry
Some say mass-produced products don't fit 'artisan' definition
May 4, 2012, 1:45 pm EDT | By Angela Nazworth, InvestorPlace Writer
The definition of art has been debated for centuries. A recent point of contention for artistic food affectionados is the seemingly liberal use of the label “artisanal” to describe mass-produced food items.
Case in point, the Dunkin’ Donuts(NASDAQ:DNKN) bagel. The fact that the enormous doug [ ... ]
Davidovich bakery launches a new blog on google blogs, The purpose of this blog is to be able to provide news articles and education material relating to our industry.
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Does 'artisanal' even mean anything anymore?
Bagels from Davidovich Bagels in Woodside, N.Y. The company's director of business development filed a complaint against Dunkin' Donuts for calling their line of bagels artisanal.
By Jillian Eugenios
Every week, Chris Woehrle of Brooklyn, N.Y., receives deliveries of 100 percent grass-fed beef from a loca [ ... ]
Davidovich Bakery is featured on the History channel as 101 foods that changed the world. We are honored to be recognized in this special feature that will air on January 5th 2013:
Back in Black - Artisanal Foods
A report by an advocacy group in Los Angeles finds sushi consumers buying one fish but getting another, but Lewis Black wants to talk about Dunkin' Donuts' artisanal bagels.
THIS IS A FUN VIDEO:
After trying our products during a recent onsite shoot the crew and actors of the show 30 Rock send us the attached thank you card
Taste Test: Dunkin' Donuts' Fake "Artisan" Bagels vs Real Artisan Bagels
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Davidovich's Pumpernickel Bagel (right) vs Dunkin' Donut's Rendition (left)
As promised in my last post on the legal complaints filed by Davidovich Bakery in Queens, NY, against Dunkin’ Donuts for false and misleading usage of the descriptor artisan in relation to [ ... ]
Davidovich Bagels and their consumers are feeding the hungry:
Effective October 1st 2012 Davidovich Bakery has launched a program to feed the hungry in NYC by donating bagels to charity for every dozen sold to its wholesale clients.
We are asking the consumers to go into the store and inquire if they sell a "Davidovich Bagel" if they do, purchase one, not only will you be nourishing yourself, you will be helping to fight hunger in NYC. Purchase your Davidovich Bagels today and watch us donat [ ... ]
New York Bakery Takes Legal Action Against Dunkin' Donuts' Fake "Artisan" Bagels
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You probably had the same reaction I did when you caught a glimpse of Dunkin’ Donuts’ hard-to-avoid new line of Artisan Bagels. This was probably the same reaction you had when you came across Domino’s Artisan Pizzas, or Starbucks’ Artisan B [ ... ]
Bakery sues Dunkin' Donuts for using word 'artisan'http://now.msn.com/now/0420-dunkin-donuts-bagels.aspx
Queens-based Davidovich Bakery is suing Dunkin' Donuts for calling their new circular baked goods "artisan bagels." The bakery argues that claiming to be an artisan-style food is on the same moral level as claiming to be kosher or organic, that artisan essentially means handmade, and that Dunkin's bagels are made by robots. This is a nice way to get your bakery's name in the headlines, but h [ ... ]
We have been on a quest for a nice logo design. Last week we have created a contest with a prize of $200 for the best logo design. We currently have 56 submissions, but are unsure which one would really be the best logo for us. Help us choose:
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Holey War! New York Bakery Wants Dunkin’ Donuts to Take ‘Artisan’ out of Its Bagel Ads
Are Dunkin' Donuts new bagels really hand-crafted by bagel artisans? A Queens baker is saying Fuhgeddaboudit.
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In the past five years, more than 800 food products have launched with the word “artisan” somewhere in their titles, from artisan cand [ ... ]
NYC Fancy Food Winner: Davidovich Bakery
Last Updated June 15, 2012 at 3:02 pm | NYCEDC
Gene Davidovich (right) and Marc Fintz at Davidovich Bakery in Woodside, Queens. Photo Credit: Julia Xanthos/New York Daily News
On the list of things that are quintessentially “New York City,” bagels rank quite high. How appropriate then that Gene Davidovich would bring in his old world baking sensibilities to make his mark in the world of New York bagels. Gene immigrated to America in 1980 [ ... ]
Davidovich Bakery Files Federal Complaints to Halt Deceptive "Artisan" Claims Asserted by Dunkin Donuts
Woodside, NY April 17, 2012 – All Natural Products’ Davidovich Bakery has filed state and Federal Complaints seeking that Dunkin Brands dba Dunkin Donuts “cease and desist” the use of the ad campaign identifying it’s bagel products as “Artisan Bagels [ ... ]
Queens bakery heats up plans to capitalize on demise of H&H Bagels
A little baked goods factory in Woodside, Queens, wants to take a big bite out of the bagel biz.
You probably never heard of Davidovich Bakery, even though the 14-year-old company sells its chewy, kosher bagels in delis and gourmet shops throughout the city.
But lately the quiet bagel wholesaler, a division of Queens food distributor All Natural Products, has been boiling over with plans to capitalize on the dem [ ... ]
ABC News Features Davidovich
New bagel shop may be coming to the Upper West Side
More: Bio, Facebook, Twitter, Stories by Kemberly Richardson, News Team
NEW YORK (WABC) -- Here's something interesting: you may be eating a bagel from Davidovich and not necessarily know it, because many of their clients sell the product as their own.
Gene let me in on a little secret - his trademark. They are one of only a [ ... ]
Davidovich Bakery Donates 300 assorted croissant to the French Spring Fair
A unique celebration of the cultural diversity that is a foundation of the Lycée Français de New York, the Spring Fair is filled with entertaining diversions and an international flair. Hosted annually, the Spring Fair includes international booths, regional foods, carnival games and activities for students. This event brings the Lycée community together in a fun environment to raise crucial funding for s [ ... ]
Bagel 'Heir' Rolls Into H&H's Void
By SUMATHI REDDY
For more than a decade, a company in Woodside, Queens, has quietly hand-rolled, kettle-boiled and baked bagels for some of the city's premier grocery stores and delis.
Still, Davidovich Bakery's name was little-known. Its customers often sold the bagels under their own names, or none at all. But now, as the city's once-dominant bagel manufacturer, H&H, crumbles, Davidovich is stepping out of the backgrou [ ... ]
Queens bakery heats up plans to capitalize on demise of H&H Bagels
Davidovich Bakery retrains its workers as it competes for contracts previously held by its arch rival
BY PHYLLIS FURMAN / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Tuesday, May 15, 2012, 11:34 AM
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Gene Davidovich (r) and Marc Fintz at Davidovich Bakery in Woodside, Queens.
Nothing but fast food options for Bronx school kids
Mmm, National Donut Day: Grab a free [ ... ]
NY City Supporting Food Manufacturers in Meaningful Way
Mayor Michael Bloomberg and City Council Speaker Christine Quinn both emphasized the importance of New York City’s food manufacturers when speaking at Baruch College this morning, the site of the NYC Food Manufacturers Business Expo.
Mayor Bloomberg addressing the NYC Food Manufacturers Business Expo
Bloomberg mentioned that food represents a $5 billion industry in New York City, responsible for 19,000 jobs, and employment gr [ ... ]
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