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From morning pastries to savoury treats, you can enjoy a wide selection of all natural, freshly made artisan breads right here in our local bakery. Stop by today and check out our daily specials. We're located in downtown Vancouver. 

mix in the community

Since we began, our focus has been on improving the community. We proudly support a number of local charitable organizations, including:

Mix in the press (Articles and testimonials)


"Thanks for the wonderful food you supplied for our luncheon. The ladies all enjoyed everything. They especially liked the tuna mixture and the cranberry bread sandwich.

My only comment that has nothing to do with the taste of anything, is about the size of the sandwiches. Our mouths weren't as big as our stomachs.

We had to cut down the sandwich with the potato in the filling, so we served most of the filling on the side which was good too. The salad was a big hit and the carrot curls were sure a surprise. There was nothing left of the savoury pie and we ate every bit of the lemon dessert as well.

Thanks again for all your work."

-Maureen Smith

"The food was absolutely amazing. Everyone enjoyed themselves. The Lemongrass Chicken and Mediterranean Dipped seemed to be the most popular. 

I have to confess that they were my favorites, too. And the pastries were simply divine. I took the left-overs home and my roommate was most happy to see me!  

Ron Giammarino, the director of the Philips Hager & North Research Centre at Sauder, also had some very positive things to say. (I believe he is one of your regular customers). He mentioned that he would like to use Mix more in the future for the center’s events."

-Kathy Chen

"...Truly amazing sandwiches, not to mention the soups... equally incredible desserts."

-Mark Laba, The Province

"For delicious picnic fare... The Spanish Bocadillo Sandwich."

-The Globe and Mail

"Nothing but the best..."

-The National Post

"MIX is about passion on so many levels... and the hands-on business of baking."

-Tim Pawsey, The Vancouver Courier
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