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SAVE THE DATE!! 

Our Annual Open House & Customer Appreciation is coming soon!  If you're interested in attending as a vendor, now is the time to call and RESERVE your space!  931-962-0567 as we are filling up fast!

SAVE THE DATE! Saturday, OCTOBER 5th!  All-day, 8-5!

We're going on 31 years this winter and are super excited to be able to serve our community yet another year! Come out and enjoy our FRESH COPPER KETTLE APPLE BUTTER, PARTY MIX, FREE DONUTS & COFFEE, plus door prizes and more!

We look forward to seein' ya here! 
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We are a unique local bakery and bulk food store specializing in a wide variety of breads, cakes, cookies, bulk foods including gluten free and sugar free, candies, deli meats and cheeses. We have added a new line of sandwiches and soups (seasonal) as well as single serving desserts. You can call ahead and order your sandwiches, made to order or from our menu. Our sandwiches use the freshest ingredients and our own homemade bread. Ask about our Sandwich Club. We also have a larger sit down area for relaxation and free wi-fi. Come by and see us!

We make our fried pies on Mondays and Thursdays. We offer peach, apple, apricot, chocolate, raisin, pecan, cherry, blueberry and raspberry. They taste like grandma’s!

Make sure to mark your calendars for the first and third Saturday of every month! That is our Donut Saturday!! We make vanilla, maple and chocolate glazed and boy, are they delicious!!  Call us with your order to ensure availability because we usually sell out early! 931.962.0567

How it all began for Swiss Pantry 

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The Miller’s are descended from a man named Jacob Hostetler who immigrated to America in 1738. His family was from the Schwarzenburg area of Switzerland and later moved to Alsace, France because of religious persecution from both Catholic and Reformed state churches. The Swiss Brethren, of whom Jacob’s father was a part of, sought to restore the biblical church which they understood to practice adult believer’s baptism and non-violence as taught by Christ.

In 1987, the Miller’s moved out of VA into TN as part of a church plant. They chose Belvidere because of the availability of beautiful farm land. Coincidentally, they discovered the area’s rich Swiss heritage included many of the same work ethics and tight knit community that the Miller’s as Mennonites in VA had also experienced. There was even a similarity in language between the Swiss German spoken by the older ones in the community and the Miller’s PA Dutch language. We felt very much at home in our little village of Belvidere, living among common Mennonite names such as Leichty, Zimmerman, Zauggs and others. When the time came that we opened our bakery, we knew it needed to have a name that reflected both our heritage as well as the heritage of the local people, hence you have the Swiss Pantry! And now you have the rest of the story!

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