Deliver Our Bread

A volunteer driver loads up a box of bread for LBJ's Grocery in Worcester.

A volunteer driver loads up a box of bread for LBJ’s Grocery in Worcester.

Manghis’ has a unique delivery system: most of our bread is delivered by volunteers who commute or travel to and from Montpelier and nearby towns. In exchange for their service, our drivers are “paid” with free loaves of bread. This system allows us to keep our bread affordable, is easier on the environment by not adding any more cars to the road, and helps us get to know our community. We received the Governor’s Award for Environmental Excellence in 1998 for our homegrown delivery system!

Want to become a delivery driver? Call us at 802-223-3676, 7 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Monday–Friday.

Paul and Elaine Manghi receiving the Governor's Award in 1998.

Paul and Elaine Manghi receiving the Governor’s Award in 1998.

Read more: click here to read an article written by one of our former drivers, Doug Kievit-Kylar, who was also responsible for us receiving the Governor’s Award.

 

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