ABOUT US

The Healthy Life® Story

In 1991, Healthy Life Bread was introduced by Lewis Bakeries, Inc. as the first fat-free reduced-calorie bread. In its initial debut, Healthy Life quickly won over customers searching for a bread which was not only diet-friendly, but also tasted great. Healthy Life sandwich and hot dog buns quickly followed sliced bread into the market during the 1990s.

In March 2000, Healthy Life Bread was the first to market “carb-dieting” bread, making it the first reduced-carbohydrate bread in the country, perfect for low-carb dieters. During the 2000s, Healthy Life added new flavors to its lineup, and focused even harder to bring consumers the healthiest breads possible. This decade saw the whole grain stamp added to packaging and the removal of high fructose corn syrup from all Healthy Life breads.

In 2016, the Healthy Life brand celebrated its 25th anniversary, and today, Healthy Life Bread’s mission is still the same: to produce the best bakery products that fit in a healthy lifestyle.

You can read more about the Lewis family and Lewis Bakeries’ brands here.

Affiliations

Healthy Life Bread is a member of The Whole Grains Council, a nonprofit consumer advocacy group working to increase consumption of whole grains for better health, and the Grain Foods Foundation, which works to advance public understanding of the beneficial role grain-based foods play in a healthful diet.

Visit whyeatbread.com to learn more about the important role bread plays in a healthy diet.

Healthy Life, Healthy Environment

Please Recycle Bread Bags

All Lewis bags are made of #4 LDPE recyclable plastic. We are working to include this symbol on our products. Contact your local recycling center or pickup service to confirm whether #4 plastics are being recycled in your area. If this type of plastic is not recycled in your area, there are many ways bread bags can be reused:

  • Store leftovers or use to pack a lunch
  • Arts and crafts
  • Cover wet paint rollers for reuse
  • Packing material for mailing packages