Red Bread Going Brick-and-Mortar in Culver City

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Red Bread's organic spread of spiced butternut squash buns and sage marshmallows Photo: Javier Cabral

Red Bread, natural foods advocate Rose Lawrence's Venice-based, social-justice pushing bakery with a stand in the Santa Monica Farmers Market, is establishing a brick-and-mortar space in Culver City. Sustainably strapped with wild yeast, compostable packaging, and a bicycle, Red Bread delivers its sourdoughs, Russian black and whole wheat breads, cookies, toast, custards, and bread puddings to several Westside zip codes, with a cut of all proceeds going to L.A. Food Bank.

Overtaking a Campo's on the Washington Boulevard blocks where red-light cameras currently outnumber red-starred bakeries, Red Bread's socialist storefront is currently under construction in the hopes of bringing "peace, land, and bread" to the 90066 masses.

Red Bread, 13322 Washington Blvd. Culver City.