By Lauren Mangion
When Brian Hinton purchased Lakeview Bakery in 1990 he was originally catering to the British baked goods market. After several years, the closing of Marks and Spencer reduced the demand for British products, and Brian was looking to transition into a new niche. As a master baker trained at the Cambridge School of Baking, he had a lot of skill and experience to apply to whatever he decided to do. In 1995 he was speaking with a manager of Community Natural Foods who suggested that no one was currently supplying fresh organic baked goods to the store and that customers would love to see an organic baking line. He submitted a list of items, and within a short time CNF was carrying a variety of Lakeview Bakery organic breads and baked goods.
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Those in need of a hearty, nutritious meal to get them through a tough winter day need look no further than this Big Sky Minestrone. Filled with vegetables, beans, and rich seasonings, this soup is easy to make and can even be prepared in advance and refrigerated or frozen for future use.