Salloum Bakery Ltd®.
                                       since 1980
Business History
1980- present

Natural Bakery Products
Operating under Day Break Division since 1995 - present

Consumers are looking for natural ingredients. Price sensitivity is behind the consumer trend to all-natural bakery products over organic products, which are perceived as too costly, Salloum says. They want to understand the ingredients listed on nutrition labels, but they are less concerned whether or not the ingredients are organic.
Salloum Bakery® is a Natural bakery products especially appeal to younger consumers. "Gen Xers and Millennials are buying more natural and organic products," she says. Nancy Salloum suggests that fresh bakeries should promote their on-premise production and highlight their natural ingredients to appeal more to younger clientele. 

Salloum Bakery® was and still is the first Middle Eastern bakery  opened in British Columbia, Canada since October 1980.
Our famous brand of pita in  Canada with distribution throughout major grocery retailers done by our supporters who bake our breads.

We ship pita throughout Canada  and USA under different brand name. Salloum Bakery Ltd. is your one stop shop for Pita Bread, and Middle Eastern Sweet and Pies.
Salloum ships you a well know Brand Baked goods and supply you with the highest quality product.

Salloum ships your pita frozen to you home door for fraction price. 

Salloum products® are available in any format that suits your events needs.

We can provide you with high quality sweets (thaw and sell), Par-baked or frozen dough.


Salloum Bakey® bakers have taken unique flavor profiles to a new level with outlandish combinations, such as a mix of BC and Alberta flour flavour  . The Pita Bread and Baklava phenomenon also incorporates the trend toward smaller portion sizes for all typpe of events.

"We're seeing strong demand for smaller portions and single-serve products," Salloum says. She attributes this buying trend to smaller family households as well as consumers seeking lower-cost products during tough economic times. 

The recession is causing consumers to change their food shopping patterns, both overall and at in-store bakeries. According to a study by Mintel, some 34 percent of respondents say they are buying from in-stores less often due to the economy.

"People are trading down in the bakery," Salloum says. Rather than purchasing a 25 box of large Pita size or 10 psc of Baklava or Varieties of Pies, they are choosing half of the quantity, for example. Offering smaller sizes of big-ticket items is key to maintaining customers healthy and returning.

She does not suggest lowering all prices across the board. Instead, simply offer some lower-priced options to get customers in your door or department. Once you have them, the fresh-baked aroma and appearance of the Pita Bread bakery should trigger impulse sales regardless of price since 1980