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Lucky Cat Rises to the Challenge

Updated: Sep 20, 2018

The Granville bakery has become a wholesale darling for Central Ohio restaurants.

- Photo by Tim Johnson

If you dine out often, you may have noticed baked goods from Lucky Cat Bakery, a longtime farmers market favorite, popping up on the menus of more and more area restaurants. From sliced breads to dinner rolls, ciabatta, focaccia and a variety of scones, Lucky Cat’s offerings attract those in search of fresh, locally crafted, artisan bread.

Owner Andrew Semler started the company in 2009 as produce-focused Lucky Cat Farms, but pivoted toward a cottage baking operation after noticing a lack of bread products available at local markets. With a desire to “provide a loaf of bread that your great-grandmother would have been proud to pull from the oven,” Semler focused on high-quality ingredients from local suppliers, such as Snowville Creamery cream, organic eggs from Green Field Farms and organic whole wheat and whole rye milled to order by Stutzman Farms in Millersburg.

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