The Campagna - Turano Bakery, which does does business as the Turano Bakery, manufactures fully and partially baked European-style artisan breads. The company's more than 400 varieties include French baguettes, ciabatta bread, focaccia, and kaiser rolls, as well as sweet baked goods including cannoli, biscotti, cakes, and cookies. Operating three commercial bakeries, Turano serves restaurant, in-store bakery, and retail grocery customers throughout the US. Its foodservice operation supplies customers in Illinois, Wisconsin, and northwestern Indiana with parbaked and fully baked goods.
Extending the company's geographical reach and product capabilities, in 2009 the company opened another production facility. Located in Villa Rica, Georgia, the baking plant (Turano Georgia Bread) has the capacity to bake 140 million pounds of bread a year. The company also has plants in Berwyn and Bolingbrook, Illinois, and has a fourth site (Turano Florida Buns) in Orlando, Florida, under construction.
The company's retail food customers include Butera, Dominick's, Jewel-Osco, Meijer, Peapod, Strack & Van Til, and SAM'S CLUB.
It was founded as Capagna Bakery in Chicago by Mariano Turano in 1962 and for many years it offered home delivery in its surrounding neighborhood. The family still owns and operates the now national bakery; Mariano's son, Renato (Ron) is CEO. – less
3 salaries reported
$66,625 per year