Bucks County Biscotti Moving Forward with New York Plans

02/19/2022

Bucks County Biscotti Moving Forward with New York Plans

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Bucks County Biscotti made local headlines at the end of 2021 when they announced that they were looking to move to the Queensbury area. We have news that they’re moving ahead with their plans.

Bucks County Biscotti, a family-owned biscotti bakery in Pennsylvania, is relocating to the Airport Industrial Park in Kingsbury, according to GlensFalls.com.

They started as a farm stand at their local Farmers Market in Doylestown, PA in 1993. As they say on their website, “What started out as a weekend endeavor for Karen & Craig took on a life of its own as we began to sell to coffee shops, specialty markets and cafès. We’re now proudly selling our twice-baked (always small batched) biscotti to over 200 partners across the country.”

The reason for the relocation is two fold. First, they maxed out on the production capabilities of their current space and Queensbury is where owners Karen and Craig were looking to eventually retire.

They plan to build a 5,000-square-foot bakery on the property and are planning on expanding with four to seven other employees over the course of the next few years.

 “We are hopefully planning on breaking ground in late winter/early spring 2022. The entire development of the facility will probably take between five and six months,” said Siebert. “We are excited about the opportunity to start building the business to the next level.”

They pride themselves on the finest all-natural, preservative-free ingredients available, and contain zero (0) grams trans fat. They also pack, ship and deliver their biscotti nation wide, and are pleased to treat all of their customers with personal care and attention. They have a ton of different flavors like your standard anise, but also have lemon poppy, espresso chocolate chip, cranberry walnut, and more. Find the full list on their website.



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