MISSION & VISION
Making Bread Great Again
Flour, water, salt. It’s the simplicity that makes this type of bread so mysterious. When you pair that with high-quality ingredients, you get a truly impressive product that has a distinct difference you can taste.
Our mission is to bring the community together around the table through curiosity and creativity on the plate.
We believe food created with care and enjoyed with good company is just as essential to health as any specific nutrient, and that curiosity around the table is a key to growth and learning.
Read more about our bread here, and why we believe the ingredients and passion used in making the bread creates a difference you can taste.
The power of intentions
It all started on Thursday, February 22nd, 2018 with a single, yet powerful, line written on a piece of paper:
"I want to do something with my hands. I want to know my customers."
A Place to Meet, Greet & Inspire
The Bakehouse vision became a reality when our doors opened on Tuesday, March 10th of 2020.
With a unique open-concept bakery design, the space was thoughtfully created to foster connections between people and their food.
Our goal is for customers to have full transparency and trust of the care and ingredients that go into their baked goods.
We truly believe it's a difference you can taste.
It’s more than just a team, it’s a work family.
The Voyageurs team is a group of people seriously passionate about creating positive change in our Green Bay community through baked goods made with love.
Our philosophy is to hustle hard, rest hard, and reflect hard.
Mental and emotional well being, positivity and authenticity are a big part of our culture. We strive to integrate our whole beings, as we believe that work-life and personal life can be positively integrated in a workplace by taking ownership of our actions and learning through our challenges.
‘Work’ at Voyageurs is not just about producing great artisan baked goods; it’s about using the power of our hands to create a tangible difference in our community… one loaf of bread at a time.