Younger consumers are more likely to rank bread as the most important sandwich component than their older peers, and this might be the explanation why we see ethnic specialty breads and artisan breads rising in popularity, still leaving room for the enjoyable classics, though.
With endless sandwich combinations and a vast variety of breads, your options serving sandwiches is not only limited to a small selection – but you have a world of bread to choose from, offering premium price points, increased appetite appeal and a way to differentiate your sandwich offerings.
These lists will guide you in choosing the bread that will work best for your sandwich creations in terms of types, features, slicing technique and styling.
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Square ciabattas : Perfect for toast and snack sandwiches as well as juicy burgers.
Paninis: This soft bread melts together when toasted, creating a crispy outside that is typical for great panini bread.
Baguettes: Traditionally made with sourdough, a thicket crust and chewy inside, this is best filled with fillings that are not too chewy, such as steak.
Brioche: Perfect for a great hamburger or pulled pork sandwich.
Buns: Stone-oven baked buns are great for tender fillings such as deli meats and vegetables.