Rolling in the Dough Since 1904

Along with amazing ingredients cheese from Grande Cheese Co. and fine meats from Boar’s Head, we also partner with Hearth-Baked Amoroso’s Bread & Rolls company. Their story, like the DiSilvestro’s story, started with family. In 1904, newly-arrived immigrants Vincenzo Amoroso, and sons Salvatore and Josep opened a bakery in Camden, New Jersey and set up shop. Outgrowing their space in just ten short years, the family moved across the river to Philadelphia where their bakery became a neighborhood legend. For years, including the period of the Great Depression, the bakery thrived on making home deliveries, both morning and night. Their route quickly expanded into their original starting place of New Jersey and then Delaware. Growth and expansion continued for the family as they expanded to grocery stores and the establishment of a national distribution supply chain. Still family owned and operated after more than 100 years, Amoroso’s has grown to over 400 associates. But the reasons for their success have never been forgotten. Uncompromising quality. Unrelenting service. And Uninhibited innovation.

In 1904, newly-arrived immigrants Vincenzo Amoroso, and sons Salvatore and Josep opened a bakery in Camden, New Jersey and set up shop. Outgrowing their space in just ten short years, the family moved across the river to Philadelphia where their bakery became a neighborhood legend. For years, including the period of the Great Depression, the bakery thrived on making home deliveries, both morning and night. Their route quickly expanded into their original starting place of New Jersey and then Delaware. Growth and expansion continued for the family as they expanded to grocery stores and the establishment of a national distribution supply chain.

Still, family owned and operated after more than 100 years, Amoroso’s has grown to over 400 associates. But the reasons for their success have never been forgotten. Uncompromising quality. Unrelenting service. And Uninhibited innovation.

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