Rustic Crust is a New Hampshire based bakery specializing in all natural, Old World crusts and flatbreads that are as convenient as they are delicious. Founded in 1996 as Ever Better Eating, we offer a variety of ready-made crusts and frozen topped flatbread pizzas, each crafted with dough formed by hand, allowed to slowly ferment, double proofed, and baked in custom ovens for rich flavor.
Committed to using the highest quality, we source fresh, local and organic foods from small New England farms whenever they are available; healthy all natural ingredients such as whole grain wheat flour, fresh herbs, cold-pressed olive oil, vine-ripened tomatoes, and handpicked vegetables. No artificial preservatives, trans fats, hydrogenated oils, GMOs, or added sugar are ever used in any of our delicious products.
Quick and convenient, Rustic Crusts make cooking fun again. In the same amount of time it takes to order and pick up a pizza, families can make and enjoy delectable Rustic Crust meals fresh the way they want it. Thanks to all natural freshness packs that preserve freshness without the need of artificial preservatives commonly found in other shelf-stable products, Rustic Crust products are the only ready-made, Old World crusts that store for up to four months in a pantry naturally.
"Rustic Crust Rises to the Occasion for NH Food Bank Backpack Program"
|October 2006||Vegetarian Times
|March 2006||Vegetarian Journal
"Fantastic Foundations for Your Pizza Creations"
|March 2006|| The Gourmet Retailer
"Editor's Choice: The Rustic Crust Company Old World Pizza Crusts"
|Feb/March 2006|| WPIX-TV New York
Plenty Magazine: Conscientious Carbfest (Windows Media Format)
|Feb/March 2006||Plenty Magazine
|December 2005|| Gourmet News
"New Products: Easy as Pie"
|December 2005||New Hampshire Business Review
"In The Dough: Pizza Crust Crusade Provides Natural Options"
|December 2005|| Better Nutrition Magazine
"Ready, Set, Shop"
|November 2005|| Progressive Grocer
"What's Next: Editor's Picks for Innovative Products"
|October 2005|| Concord Monitor
"Pizza on the Go: Local Company Now Sells Two Million Crusts and Flatbreads a Year"