Golden Harvest bakery in Melbourne’s north is taking its place on a national bakery map.
It is one of a number of Melbourne bakeries with a long history in Melbourne that is changing, with new owners, a new concept and a new name.
The Golden Harvest Bakery was founded in 1889 and is still one of the oldest bakeries in Melbourne, opening its doors in 1904.
It was the oldest bakery in the Melbourne area, according to the Melbourne Herald.
The owners say they want to make a difference in their community, and in the past, they have been known for delivering great food to families and local businesses.
The bakery has been in the family since 1889 and it is owned by the family who started it out as a baking business.
Melbourne bakery historyThe bakery is a mix of the past and present, with the oldest flour mill still in the building, according a plaque at the bakery.
It started as a flour mill, but was bought in the 1920s by the owners of the Melbourne Hotel.
It was later bought by a family who used to live at the hotel.
It became the oldest restaurant in the town, the Herald reports.
A few years ago, it became the first bakery to have a restaurant.
A new owner, the family and a partnership have taken over and the bakery has moved into a new space in the Victorian town.
The family is also looking to open a restaurant in nearby Townsville.
The business has also opened a cafe in Melbourne and plans to open another in Melbourne next year.
The new owners of Golden Harvest are taking on the title of Melbourne’s “Bakery of the Future”, with plans to become the first Melbourne bakery to offer an all-vegan menu.
“I’m hoping that we can help change the world,” Mr Hargreaves said.
“We’ve always been interested in creating a bakery that makes it more accessible for everyone, so people who need it can go to it.”
It’s a bakery for people who can’t afford to buy the stuff, and it’s a place that provides food for the whole community.
“The bakery, located at 431 St James St, is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Monday to Saturday from 6:30am to 7:00pm.
It has been named the Melbourne’s top bakery for a second year running.
Mr Hargremans said the new owners are determined to create a bakery with a “fresh, authentic” flavour and menu.
He said they wanted to be a local business that can bring food to the community.”
Our goal is to create an atmosphere that people want to come and visit and see what we’re cooking, and hopefully they come back,” he said.
Golden Harvest has had a range of menu items, including a vegan sandwich with cheese, mushroom, bacon and spinach.”
There’s a lot of vegan options,” he added.
Mr Henderson said the cafe and bakery will also cater for families.
He hopes the cafe will attract young families who want to visit and take in some good old-fashioned Melbourne.”
You can’t do that if you don’t go out and have a cup of tea,” he explained.