Bread, Daily Toast Sliced Multigrain (10 slices)

Spent Goods


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Multigrain Loaf, freshly baked every day with only ingredients you can pronounce.

Favourite of kids and adults alike, made with 12 different whole grains (cracked wheat, brown flaxseed, corn meal, cracked pot barley, cracked rye, cracked tricicale, oat flakes, cracked brown rice, sesame, buckwheat, millet, and durum) slowly fermented over days to increase nutritional value, flavour, and digestibility.

But our uniqueness comes from incorporating barley grains that have already been used to make beer. By enjoying our spent goods, you are directly helping to reduce greenhouse gases.


organic bread flour (WHEAT), water, unbleached pastry flour, brewery barley grains, multigrain mix, extra virgin olive oil, salt, sugar, and yeast.

100% grains sourced from Ontario using traditional stone milling techniques to preserve the integrity and unique character of the grain.

    100% Plant Based (no eggs, no dairy)
    100% Halal (we recover the barley before yeast is added that converts it into beer)
    NO preservatives or additives
Each slice is 5/8"" (1.6 cm)

Made in Toronto by The Spent Goods Company in partnership with Belle's Bakery & Henderson Brewing Co.

Shelf life at room temperature - 4 days or freeze up to 3 months


Toronto based Spent Goods Company diverts barley grains already used to make beer from local breweries to make delicious foods like sourdough bread, pretzels, bagels, and pizza.

By diverting these grains from disposal, they retain high fiber and protein of barley, offset greenhouse gas emission, and create local jobs.

They've been featured on CBC, BlogTO and voted Top 5 breads in Toronto!

It's great food for thought around the topic of smart reuse and local food supply.

Spent Goods is proud of what they have achieved over the past four years, including 180,000 loaves sold while off-setting 7.1 T eC02, being featured in several media publications (BlogTO, CBC, Edible Magazine, and LCBO Food and Drink), and being voted as one of Toronto's top five breads by NOW Magazine readers.