Breadko Bakery was founded in 1986. Their main objective was to provide quality pita throughout the Greater Toronto Area. The first products to be produced by Breadko were their small and large pitas, as well as the Greek style pita bread. By 1989 Breadko introduced Alwatan Pita and in 1990 introduced their Tiranga Nan, High Fibre Pita and Organic Pita. Since the beginning there was always a focus on technological and production improvements.
The Breadko team was committed to continued innovation of their products. By 1995 Breadko introduced their Garlic pita and in 1997 they also introduced their Greek flat bread, Zeus.
At the beginning of 1998 Breadko introduced an additional six products onto the market, the Premium Pitas and the Breakfast Pitas. The Premium Pitas were four new recipes the included Sundried Tomato, Onion, Pesto, and Potato; the Breakfast Pitas included Blueberry and Cinnamon & Raisin. In 1999 The Good Food Festival and Market in Exhibition Place, Toronto, recognized the Cinnamon & Raison Breakfast Pita. In 2000 Zeus Whole Wheat was introduced. The Zeus Whole Wheat had a warm welcome into to the market by the health conscious as it has the lowest sodium content of all our products. In 2001 Breadko began implementing HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points) training, which will soon be required by all food processors in North America, and is currently being applied in Europe and Japan. We are currently HACCP compliant. In 2002 Breadko further diversified their Nan products with the introduction of 3 new products: Roghni Nan, Kulcha Nan, and Onion Nan.
In 2005 Breadko launched their hamburger and hotdog pitas, and in 2007 Breadko launched it’s food service pita, meant for long distance shipments, and ease of use. On October 31, 2008 Breadko implemented HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points).
In June 2011 Breadko became a BRC Certified production facility.