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Fri, Aug 11 2017 post by Amy

You purchased some Rhodes Bake-N-Serv frozen bread or rolls...

If for any reason our product does not meet your expectations, contact us at customersatisfaction@rhodesbread.com or call toll-free 1-800-976-7333. We will send you a coupon of equivale...

So you purchased some Rhodes Bake-N-Serv frozen bread or rolls. It’s time to take it straight home and put it in your freezer.

Did you know not all spaces in a freezer are created equally? The door of a freezer is a lot warmer than the main compartment. For best baking results keep your Rhodes Bread and Rolls in the main compartment of the freezer, not the door. Even better put it in your deep freeze. Kitchen freezers get opened and closed more often making the temperature rise. Deep freezes tend to be opened less and are more powerful which keeps them nice and cold.


Why is it so important to keep Rhodes frozen solid? One word, yeast. Yeast are the microorganisms that make bread rise. Yeast is an active ingredient that can be damaged and deactivated by being thawed and refrozen. So keep Rhodes frozen solid until you are ready to bake it.

Yeast is the most active when it is fresh. For the best baking experience use Rhodes within 30 days of buying.

If you don’t bake the entire package make sure to place the open bag in an airtight container or ziplock bag and put it back in the freezer immediately.

If for any reason our product does not meet your expectations, contact us at customersatisfaction@rhodesbread.com or call toll-free 1-800-976-7333. We will send you a coupon of equivalent value and make every effort to correct the problem in the future


Questions about baking with Rhodes? Want to check on availability of our products in your area? Please call 1-800-876-7333 weekdays 8:00 to 5:00 (Mountain Time).

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Vicki Allen said on Aug 15, 2017
The "best by (date)" gets rubbed off in the freezer at the store. I bought your cinnamon rolls last week but couldn't read the date. I baked them this morning and they were less than yummy this time. They were "ok" but that's it. Could you figure out a marker that would do better in the grocery freezers?

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