We love making great bread that brings you joy!

Our mission is to bake locally grown organic grain into delicious artisan bread.
Our pastries are crafted from whole grains, too.
We source as much as we can locally.
We want to help you live a healthy and sustainable life with excellent bread! 


Subscription Orders​

The heart of our Community Supported Bakery (CSB) is your subscription orders.

It’s simple: You choose bread and we bake it for you. We deliver weekly.

Farmers’ Markets

We offer you a changing selection of sourdough bread every week. You’ll also find our wholegrain pastries!

Corvallis Indoor Winter Market

Every Saturday, January 11 to April 11, 9 AM to 1 PM at the Benton County Fairgrounds!
Find us there along with many other vendors selling local produce and crafts.

Celebrate First Alternative Co-op’s 50th Anniversary!

For the Co-op’s 50th anniversary, we developed our Groovy Grains loaf, exclusively sold at the
co-op stores.


Learn how to make your own healthy and delicious bread!

The Grain

Wild Yeast Bakery’s sourdough breads bring you the true flavors of the grain — the Willamette Valley terroir of several wheat varieties, rye, spelt, barley, corn, and triticale.


The golden glow of our baked goods is from Edison™ wheat, a hard white wheat developed in Washington to grow well in the Skagit and Willamette Valleys.  Because most of the white bran is retained in the milled flour, it has a lovely gold color.


The familiar brown color of whole wheat bread comes from the bran of red wheat. Our Whole Wheat Sourdough is simply 100% Oregon grown and milled whole red wheat.


White refined flour is produced when the bran (containing minerals) and the germ (containing oils and vitamins) are removed by milling. Even our “whitest” loaf has 15% whole wheat for flavor and nutrition. 


We blend flours to create a variety of unique and satisfying flavors. Different base doughs are selected to complement the nuts, fruit, and other inclusions. Loaves range from 15% to 100% whole grain.

Our use of whole local, organic grains is unusual in the world of bread. We do it because it is good for your health, the health of the earth, and a healthy local economy.

“You make a wonderful, delicious product, chock-full of goodness. Thank you.”  – Jaci Guereña
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