Dear Valued Customer:
Can't make it out to New Mexico to enjoy your favorite sourdough bread? Or maybe you were able to visit us, but don't have a ton of space left in luggage to bring gifts back for friends and family?
Good news - we now ship nationwide!
We will accept shipment orders between Monday and Wednesday at 5pm to ship them through USPS the following Wednesday to ensure delivery before the weekend, with an exception for holidays. Shipment orders placed after the deadline will be shipped the following week on Wednesday.
HOW TO PLACE YOUR SHIPMENT ORDER:
STEP 1: Place and pay your order at wildleavenbakery.com between Monday and Wednesday at 5pm of any given week.
STEP 2: You'll receive your shipment updates by email and text. Please make sure to check them before reaching out to us.
IMPORTANT: For shipping purposes, we will only ship UNSCLICED LARGE loaves of bread, and we will NOT slice them so you may receive your loaves of bread in their best condition. Hence, we highly suggest our valued customers to purchase a good bread knife.
HOW TO SELECT YOUR LARGE LOAF / LOAVES OF BREAD:
To select LARGE loaves of bread, kindly select the drop down menu and scroll down until you see a loaf listed as "large loaf." For example, a large loaf of our sourdough bread weighs 3 lbs.That's the only loaf of our original sourdough bread available for shipping.
Please note that we can only ship to physical addresses and the handling fee is set for the signature requirement that guarantees that your shipment order is securely handed to you upon delivery. Contact us if you've any questions or concerns.
By placing your shipment order, you understand and agree with the terms of our shipping policy. Kindly follow our instructions below to keep your sourdough bread fresh and tasty.
HOW TO KEEP YOUR SOURDOUH BREAD FRESH & TASTY
After receiving your loaves of bread, remove them from their packages and keep them in either a fridge or a freezer. Keep your bread in a fridge for immediate and daily consumption. Place your bread in a freezer for longer and delayed usage.
For the fridge, store your bread in a plastic bag. For the freezer, place your bread in a paper bag, then inside a plastic bag. Consider investing in a bread knife to help you slice your bread easily.
Toast a few slices of your sourdough bread for breakfast with organic butter, make a sandwich out of a loaf for lunch, or serve a few slices with dinner, rubbed with organic olive oil.
Thank you for supporting our local economy and our family business!