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r Honey & Grains – Springville Utah’s “from scratch” bakery – held its Grand Opening Party last weekend.

Almost 1,000 people showed up to celebrate Honey & Grains Grand Re-Opening held at their store in Springville, Utah on Saturday, July 21st.

The event was kicked off by a ribbon cutting ceremony, led by the Springville Mayor Rick Child; City Councilmen Craig Jensen, Mike Snelson, Brett Nelson and Jason Miller; Springville Administrator Rod Oldroyd; Springville-Mapleton Chamber of Commerce Representatives Shirlene Allred and Craig Conover; and Miss Springville Royalty. Kids lined up to win free donuts and cookies while the adults enjoyed sampling a huge assortment of bread, dips, cookies and more.

Ten raffle winners won gift cards to a variety of Springville businesses. Over 100 people attempted the Ninja Warrior Hang Challenge for a chance to win $100 cash for hanging for 90 seconds. Salt Lake Bee’s mascot Bumble and Utah Grizzlies’ Grizzbee posed for pictures and cheered on the competitors. The big winner was Travis Frantz, who found the hidden Golden Ticket in one of Honey & Grains sourdough loaf’s and won free bread for an entire year!

Honey & Grains Bakery was started 15 years ago by Jared Westercamp and was recently purchased by Jon Stewart and his daughter Julia Robinson. Jon Stewart is known for being the oldest competitor on American Ninja Warrior and for setting many records in the last six seasons on NBC’s hit TV show.

“The Grand Opening was a chance for us to introduce ourselves, the newly remodeled store and the new products to Springville. We are so excited to continue providing the best tasting products at excellent prices to families and businesses in this area” said Julia Robinson, Honey & Grains co-owner.

“Good, nutritious food is such a vital aspect of maintaining your health and staying fit, especially as you age. Honey & Grains Bakery doesn’t use any preservatives or additives — we make our bread the way it should be made” said Jon Stewart, the 56-year old American Ninja Warrior veteran and Honey & Grains co-owner.

For more information, please call 801-491-9495 or visit http://honeyandgrains.com

Honey & Grains Bakery has been in business for 15 years, serving Utah families and restaurants with healthy, locally sourced and all natural bread and fresh baked items. Honey & Grains Bakery is located off I-15 400S exit at 484 S. 1750 W. in Springville, Utah, right in front of Wal-Mart. New owners, Jon Stewart and his daughter Julia Robinson are passionate about providing delicious and healthy freshly baked products.

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