Cloverhill Bakery

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Cloverhill Bakery is a producer of baked goods primarily sold through vending machines throughout North America. Cloverhill was founded in Chicago, Illinois in 1961 as a small family owned vending company that hand-packed pastries. In 1977 the bakery expanded their facilities and implemented an automated Danish baking system. In 2011 Cloverhill opened an additional facility in Cicero, Illinois. [1]

Their products include Danish pastries, cinnamon rolls, crumb cakes, cake doughnuts and honey buns each wrapped for individual sale. Cloverhill Bakery baked goods are also sold through supermarkets, warehouse clubs and convenience stores.

Cloverhill Bakery is perhaps best known for their production of the Big Texas Cinnamon Roll. The Big Texas is the 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009 Automatic Merchandiser Readers' Choice Pastry of the Year.[2]

In 2011, Cloverhill Bakery was back on top - this time with their Boston Crème Danish, in the New Products category of "Pastry". [3]

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