Great Harvest

  www.greatharvest.com
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Mike Ferretti
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    Incredibly fun place to work

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    I worked at Great Harvest

    Pros

    What is there not to like about a hippy bread company that makes a quality, all natural product and lets you take as many loaves of bread home that you can logically eat? Great vibe and generally a good group of people.

    Cons

    Being at work at 4am is kind of crazy, but you get used to it. Getting off work at noon is kinda cool anyways.

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Website www.greatharvest.com
Headquarters Dillon, MT
Size 16 to 50 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Private
Industry Retail
Revenue $1 to $5 million (USD) per year

Great Harvest Franchising (dba Great Harvest Bread Company) helps entrepreneurs not only bake bread but earn it. The company franchises its name and baking techniques to more than 210 bakeries in some 40 US states. In exchange for sending 7% of their sales to Great Harvest, owners receive bread recipes, baking techniques, and advice about accounting and store design. The company acquired Montana Mills from doughnut-maker Krispy Kreme in 2005. The six-store bakery chain in upstate New York was converted to Great Harvest locations in early 2006. Founded by Pete and Laura... More

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