“Bread House” is now a brand of Fazer company, which has more than 125 years of history. In 1981 entrepreneur Karl Fazer opened his first Russian-French pastry shop in Helsinki, then part of Russian Empire. His business was successful and had a steady growth, which has continued after the declaration of Finland’s independence from Russia.
Meanwhile, on December 30 of 1934 the Bakery Plant of the Moscow District was built in order to serve the fresh bread and other bakery products to Moscow area’s citizens. It was the state enterprise, of course, until the fall of USSR, when in 1993 it was privatized, and two years later renamed the “Bread House”. In 1997, an investment agreement was signed with the Finnish company Fazer and the plant received new development opportunities, new technologies and interesting recipes.
Now it produces a lot of traditional and “modern” bakery products, including Russian pryaniks, which you can buy in our shop.