At Panera Bread, we use only the highest quality
ingredients and bake fresh every day, using no preservatives. Our ovens
are fired all day long in the tradition of the European neighborhood bakery,
where the creation of freshly baked breads is measured by the hour, not
by the day.
In This Section
Use the navigation menu to browse our bakery-cafe offerings. Be sure to check back often - we're always searching for new and interesting tastes to keep our menu as fresh as the items on it.
In a hurry and need to read on the run? Print the entire Panera Bread Menu to take with you. Great for passing around the office or having handy for later, the printed menu will definitely come in handy. Be sure to print an updated version often as our menu is always being updated.
For more information about our menu items' nutritional facts have a look at the Panera Bread Nutrition Calculator. The nutritional information found here is based on Panera's standardized recipes and representative values from our suppliers. Our measurements adhere to the federal rounding and other applicable regulations. Many factors can affect the actual nutritional value in each of our menu items, one being that each is handcrafted and made to order. Panera Bread cannot guarantee that the nutritional information provided on this Site or available in any bakery-cafe is completely accurate as it relates to the prepared menu items in every bakery-cafe. For the most up-to-date information, please call or visit your nearest bakery-cafe to speak with a manager.
Learn More About Great Bread
Great, freshly baked bread makes great meals - like our made-to-order sandwiches, tossed-to-order salads and soup served in bread bowls. Here's what to look for in fine handcrafted bread:
Crust: Crust refers to the thickness and color of the bread's exterior. The crust of handcrafted bread is crisp, richly colored and deeply hued. It gives a distinctive crackle when broken open for serving.Crumb: Crumb is a term that bakers use to define the inside of the bread. Essentially, it describes the texture of the bread. Just one slice of bread tells a trained baker what types of flour and yeast were used and how much water was added.
Craft: Handcrafted breads require time and expertise. Panera Bread bakers understand how the basic ingredients of water, flour, salt and yeast can be measured, mixed and carefully timed to create a variety of tastes and textures.