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Antonio Frattin came from Treviso to Edmonton in 1956 and worked for the Honeyboy Bakery, becoming their Superintendent. He and his wife Aurora began to make buns for friends and, eventually, he was convinced to start a bakery in 1961. This is the second site that everyone is familiar with on 106th Avenue and 95th Street (built in 1962). Their bread and buns are celebrated as are their traditional Italian pastries.


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