We're a 2014 Martha Stewart American Made Nominee!
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The Classic Southern Cheese Straw Just Got Better
Five Points Baking Company is a new North Carolina venture with a decidedly vintage vibe. In a world that prioritizes instant gratification and routinely sacrifices quality in favor of a faster, cheaper option, we're strikingly different. We are committed to taking the time to do things right, and we know that the details matter.
This means we bake the way you do: by hand, with the best ingredients, without added preservatives and in small batches. It takes us a bit longer and costs a bit more, but the results are worth it! Our snacks are all natural and gluten free, while boasting incomparable flavor and texture. We're proud of the fact that our foods feature an ingredients list that a first grader can read, and a nutritional panel that adults won't regret reading. If you haven't had the chance to sample our snacks in your area, go ahead and make your selection from our online store – you won't be disappointed.
News & Notes
We are just beside ourselves to announce that Five Points has been featured in the November/December 2015 issue of Southern Lady! You can pick up a copy around town at Target, Harris Teeter and Barnes & Noble to name a few - it's a beautiful issue. The scoop on Five Points can be found at p. 108. Thank you so much to the wonderful folks at Southern Lady for introducing us to so many new friends across the country!
Five Points is delighted to announce that we'll be a part of 2014 Wide Open Bluegrass in downtown Raleigh, October 3-4, 2014. Raleigh is hosting the international festival for the second year in a row, and downtown will he hopping! The main stages in the Raleigh Convention Center and Red Hat Amphitheater will host some of the best bluegrass lineups of the fall anywhere in the nation, with a Wide Open Jam featuring Sam Bush, Bela Fleck, Jerry Douglas, Edgar Meyer, Bryan Sutton, & Stuart Duncan; Ricky Skaggs & Bruce Hornsby; a world premiere of a new concerto by The Kruger Brothers and the Kontras Quartet, and much more! We'll be there as part of the Got to Be NC food pavilion, sharing delicious cheese straws with locals and visitors alike. See you there! For more event info, check out http://www.wideopenbluegrass.com.