Squash, Bacon & Sage Tandoori Flatbread

This flatbread recipe will change the way you look at food. The amazing combination of bacon, squash and sage flavors will wake up your taste buds to a new level of food appreciation. View full recipe.

Toufayan Bakeries Founder Harry Toufayan Named to Baking Hall of Fame

Ridgefield, NJ, December 7, 2020 — Harry Toufayan, founder of Toufayan Bakeries will be inducted into the Baking Hall of Fame by the American Society of Baking. Mr. Toufayan has been widely recognized for taking pita and flatbreads of Middle East to mainstream popularity across the U.S, through tireless innovative commercialization in baking and marketing.

“For 2021, the Baking Hall of Fame committee selected innovators who have earned the respect of their customers, suppliers, communities and industry,” said Rowdy Brixey, chair of the A.S.B. Baking Hall of Fame Evaluation Committee and president of Brixey Engineering, Inc., Holt, Mo. “It is our honor, to recognize individuals who have contributed strongly to the industry and gratifying to see consumers drawn to baked goods during these stressful times.”

The Toufayan family has been baking since 1926, initially in Egypt, where the family lived before immigrating to America in the 1960s. Harry and his father began in a bakery below their two-bedroom apartment baking the pitas and other products by hand. One day, while standing in line at a supermarket deli counter in New Jersey, Harry Toufayan realized American consumers might love the pocketed pita bread his family had been making for decades.

He packed up some fresh pitas and began the task of introducing deli, supermarket and health food store buyers to stock this new, previously unknown bread, changing the baked breads category in the process.  And as demand grew Harry thrived at working with OEMs to design and build never-before built equipment to automate the process of making bread of his childhood in order to keep up with demand.

“We are beyond proud of our father and what he has accomplished,” said Greg, Kristine and Karen Toufayan who head Operations, Finance and Marketing within the organization. “He has taught us the value of hard work, the true meaning of integrity and everything we know and love about bread. Of course, we still have a lot to learn, which is just fine, because Harry is still very much at work every day still striving for perfection in all the products we bake. We are thrilled to celebrate this honor with him, the entire team at Toufayan, and our cherished retail and restaurant partners nationwide.”

Those who know him best celebrate not only his ingenuity, but his philanthropic dedication. Mr. Toufayan built and actively supports a church youth center in Armenia, and as a proud American citizen, has funded the expansion of local non-profits, schools and local charities and regularly steps in to help those in need nationwide. For example, in April 2020 Toufayan donated $100,000 to two different food banks to help those facing job loss due to COVID 19.

The company, which Harry Toufayan runs with his three adult children, produce more than 100 varieties of baked goods including naan, tandoori, bagels and wraps as well as innovations such as lower carb Smart Pockets™, an award-winning line of Gluten-Free wraps, and many different types of national brand equivalent cookies.

Mr. Toufayan will be inducted during special ceremonies at BakingTech 2021, a virtual conference to be held Feb. 16-18, 2021.

About Toufayan Bakeries

Since 1926, families have been relyin' on the fresh taste of Toufayan. Toufayan is one of the largest privately held specialty bread bakeries in the US. Making the best bread has always been a passion for the Toufayan family. For almost 90 years, the Toufayans have been filling lunch boxes, toasters, and tummies with fresh lines of pitas, flatbreads, bagels, wraps, lavash, and breadsticks.

Based in Ridgefield, N.J. with bakeries in Orlando and Plant City, Florida, the third generation of Toufayans oversees the entire process from ingredient sourcing and production to distribution. While trends come and go, high quality, fresh and authentic products are always in demand. The Toufayan family is committed to quality you can taste. Find Toufayan at www.toufayan.com and www.facebook.com/toufayan.




How To Make Your Own Gluten-Free Chips

Create Gluten Free Chips effortlessly for you and your family using Toufayan Gluten-Free Wraps. Customize this with as much or as little flavor with your own spices and dips. View full recipe.

a grandmother and two young children holding asus chromebooks

Toufayan Bakeries Chromebook Promotion: Winners Announced

Toufayan Bakeries Chromebook Promotion: Winners Announced

a grandmother and two young children holding asus chromebooks

The best school lunches start with Toufayan, and the best way to survive “Zoom School” is with a Chromebook!

Back to school may look different this year, but making learning fun and lunch healthy are still priorities for parents.

Virtual learning is part of this year’s new normal, and The Toufayan Family wanted to help make it a little easier by giving away TWO NEW Chromebooks to fans.

The promotion, in partnership with iHeartMedia Hudson Valley and Q92.1 FM Radio, ended on Friday, 9/25, and two winners have been granted their laptop computers.

Congratulations to the first winner, Mary, and the second winner, Scott and his family!

Mary plans to gift her Chromebook to her grandchildren, and she says she can’t wait to spend more time with them virtually and help them learn new things on her Chromebook!

Scott and his family are extremely happy with winning the Chromebook and are excited to use it for school this year.

A big thank you to all who took part in this contest, and best of luck in the 2020-2021 school year everyone!

How to Wrap a Wrap

Tired of your wrap falling a part on you? Toufayan has the answers! Follow the techniques and tricks we use to keep all the yummy elements inside the wrap! View full recipe.

Toufayan Helps Aspiring Chefs Reach Their Dreams

Toufayan Helps Aspiring Chefs Reach Their Dreams
Company Awards Two Scholarships to Baking and Pastry Students at
The Culinary Institute of America

Ridgefield, NJ, October 8, 2020 – Toufayan Bakeries, one of the largest family owned and operated bakeries in the US, has awarded two $5,000 scholarships to students attending The Culinary Institute of America.

Chosen by anonymous essay submissions from students studying Baking and Pastry Arts, recipients Lexy Slone, Leesburg, VA, class of 2021, and Soohyun Park, Prattville, AL, class of 2020, received the Toufayan Bakeries Scholarship for the upcoming fall 2020 semester.

“With all of the current challenges students are facing during the pandemic, extra financial hardshipsand more, we’re proud to offer this scholarship to two individuals who are passionate about their commitment to the field of Baking and Pastry Arts – which we hold dear to our heart at Toufayan,” said Karen Toufayan, vice president of marketing and sales at Toufayan.

In addition to the scholarships, when social distancing guidelines permit, the recipients will be invited to Toufayans main bakery for a guided tour and success secrets from Toufayan’s lead bakers about the companies almost 100-year-old pita bread recipe.

About Toufayan Bakeries
Since 1926, families have been relyin' on the fresh taste of Toufayan. Toufayan is one of the largest privately held specialty bread bakeries in the US. Making the best bread has always been a passion for the Toufayan family. For almost 90 years, the Toufayans have been filling lunch boxes, toasters, and tummies with fresh lines of pitas, flatbreads, bagels, wraps, lavash, and breadsticks. Based in Ridgefield, N.J. with bakeries in Orlando and Plant City, Florida, the third generation of Toufayans oversees the entire process from ingredient sourcing and production to distribution.  While trends come and go, high quality, fresh and authentic products are always in demand. The Toufayan family is committed to quality you can taste. Find Toufayan at www.toufayan.com and www.facebook.com/toufayan.


everything toufayan salmon wrap on wood cutting board

How To Wrap A Wrap So it Doesn't Fall Apart On You

A delicious wrap is the perfect way to enjoy a delicious and balanced mix of protein, healthy carbs and veggies. A soft wrap not only holds everything together but adds a taste and texture to every bite.

We know, though, that wrapping a wrap can actually be intimidating! Don’t be shy, give it a try – we’re here to help!

Why Do We Love Wraps?

Wraps are the all the rage because they are simply so convenient and flexible and a perfect alternative to elevate a sandwich and contain your favorite fixings.

Wraps Contain Fewer Carbs and Calories

The average whole-wheat tortilla wrap contains around 210 calories with 34 grams of carbohydrates.

Compared that with two slices of whole-wheat bread which on average contain 240 calories and 46 grams of carbohydrates and you can see why health-conscious consumers favor wraps.

Of course, you should always look at nutrition labels to see if there are other nutrients in the wrap or the bread that you usually buy to make a better comparison.

Wraps Can Hold More Ingredients Than Two Slices of Bread

When it comes to fillings, we love the way wraps do a great job holding in more ingredients. There’s just far more space to place your favorite items!

You can stuff with a fresh serving of greens or veggies and still have lots of room for protein in a wrap, making it the most convenient vessel to enjoy your breakfast, lunch or even dinner with no need for a knife and fork. Plus, they’re super portable – easy to take on the go or pack for a later lunch.

When you compare this to a sandwich, it’s easy to see why many people prefer wraps for a more filling meal.

Wraps are Easier to Eat

Bite into a big sandwich and you may soon have sauce oozing out the side and your ingredients tumbling to the plate.

In comparison, a wrap contains everything in a tidy pocket with no spillage assuming you’ve used a quality, soft tortilla wrap, making it much easier to eat.

Ready to swap bread for a wrap?

Toufayan Ham Arugula Parmesan Wrap

Why a Properly Wrapped Wrap is Important

One thing that puts people off eating wraps is the fact they can fall apart at almost any moment.

A wrap will usually unravel itself if it hasn’t been made properly. If you have too many ingredients inside your wrap, it can also fall apart very easily and can cause more of a mess than a sandwich.

It’s for this reason that many people are scared about making their own wraps and would prefer to buy something from a store or restaurant instead. But that’s something that can be solved.

If your wraps tend to unravel or split, we’ve got you covered. There’s a method to making the perfect wrap and we’re here to share!

Different Methods to Wrap a Wrap

Fortunately, there are several easy ways to help you master the art of wrapping a wrap.

We’ll start with some general tips on how you should approach a wrap, and then give you some specific details on a variety of ways to wrap a wrap, along with a video demonstration.

General Tips for Wrapping

  • Make sure you use a large tortilla wrap! Make room for great those great ingredients. If your wrap is too small, it can be tricky to work with. A good rule of thumb is to fill the ingredients to 1/3 the size of the wrap.
  • A soft wrap is easier to handle and fold. Warm the tortilla wrap before you use it. Simply microwave it for a few seconds or place it on a dry heated skillet on low heat. This will help your tortilla wrap become more malleable, especially if it’s been sitting in a fridge for a while. This makes your tortilla wrap less likely to tear when you fold it.
  • Spread the filling around. You want to ensure that you spread the filling around, so it doesn’t leak out of the sides when you start wrapping it.
  • Try to avoid too many wet ingredients, such as an excess of dressing or sauce. If possible, you want to use fewer wet ingredients because moisture can eventually make your wrap soggy and fall apart.
  • If you’re not eating it right away, wrap it in foil. Foil is strong enough to help the wrap hold its shape. Place a large piece of aluminum foil underneath the tortilla wrap so it’s easier to wrap around once it’s done.

Standard Folding Method

The standard folding method is what most people go with.

  • Start with the fillings in the middle of your tortilla wrap, making sure it doesn’t cover more than a third of the surface area.
  • Fold the left and right edges of the wrap towards the center over the ingredients.
  • Bring the bottom of the tortilla wrap up towards the center.
  • Using a fork or spoon, pack the filling tighter so the remainder of the wrap surface has more empty space.
  • As you tuck the filling in around the filling, continue rolling the wrap from the bottom until you reach the end.
  • Just before you completely wrap it, add a bit of sauce onto the tortilla wrap to act as a sealant for the wrap.
  • Press down on the wrap and hold it in place to help it keep the shape.
  • Tuck in the sides to make it look a little more appealing.
  • Cut diagonally across the middle and serve!

Cylinder Roll Method

This method is faster and generally preferred if you plan to eat the wrap immediately.

  • Place the filling horizontally across the middle of your tortilla wrap. Make sure there’s no filling on the edges of the tortilla wrap because it will spill out.
  • Fold the bottom edge of the tortilla wrap towards the center, tucking in any of the fillings you have leftover.
  • Roll the wrap, making sure to tuck in any filling that spills out.
  • As you reach the end, spread some sauce over the remainder of the tortilla wrap to help it seal.
  • Once you finish rolling, tuck in the edges of the tortilla wrap to help secure the wrap.
  • You can cut it diagonally here if you want, but you want to ensure the side with the fold stays at the bottom to prevent it from unraveling.

rolled cuban inspired Toufayan wrap

Envelope Fold Method

This creates a much shorter wrap but allows for more filling.

  • Place your filling into the center of the tortilla wrap. You can be a little more liberal with your filling using this method, but not don’t overdo it!
  • Fold the left and right sides into the middle. It should overlap a bit over the filling.
  • Pick up the bottom side of the tortilla wrap and bring it up towards the center starting from the bottom. You should use a folding motion here and not a roll.
  • With each fold, make sure you secure the filling by pressing it down gently. This should be done in about two or three swift motions before the wrap is complete.
  • Once you’re done, you can cut the wrap to serve it. Since there’s a lot of filling in this one, it’s a great way to present your wrap.

Common Mistakes That People Make When Wrapping

Hopefully, the methods above should have given you a good idea of how you can successfully make your own wraps at home.

However, if you’re still having trouble, here are some common mistakes that people make.

Buying a Low-Quality Tortilla Wrap

The tortilla wrap itself should be fairly decent in quality. Low-quality tortilla wraps are likely to tear, even if you’re being careful.

A thicker or more pliable tortilla wrap is going to be much easier to work with.

Consider purchasing tortilla wraps that are easy to work with and help give you an easier time wrapping, such as a reputable brand like Toufayan.

Forgetting to Heat the Wrap

Most people keep their wraps in the fridge which makes them difficult to work with. Since they’re cold, it makes them more brittle and thus prone to splitting and tearing.

It’s recommended that you heat the wrap in the microwave or place them on a dry hot skillet for a few seconds.

Adding Too Much Filling

If you feel like your wraps are always bursting and can barely hold anything, then you’re probably using far too much filling.

We’d suggest following a wrap recipe to get a better idea of how much you should be filling the wrap, and also to get some more ideas on what you can put in your wraps.

overfilled wrap with contents coming out

Using a Small Tortilla Wrap

Alternatively, you could just be using a tortilla wrap that’s too small for your needs.

If you want to use a lot of filling, make sure your tortilla wrap is large enough. You should be using no more than a third of the surface area for fillings.

Wrapping Up

That's a wrap! We hope that these tips have convinced you to give wraps another try.

When done correctly, a wrap should never fall apart and become a mess. It’s easy to do once you’ve practiced a little, and it’s a convenient way to enjoy a healthier alternative to some sandwiches.

If you want to try out our wraps and see for yourself how these tips work, we encourage you to check out our store locator, or place an order on Amazon.

Chicken Tikka Tandoori Flatbread

Toufayan's new Tandoori Flatbreads are the perfect choice for any flatbread recipe! Try this slightly spicy, earthy tasting recipe with our Original or Whole Wheat Tandoori flavors. View full recipe.

Cilantro-Lime Chicken Low Carb Smart Pockets™

Low Carb? Packed with nutrients? Easy to make? What could be better? Use Low Carb Smart Pockets™ to pack in your ingredients without the extra carbs!
View full recipe.

Family Tradition Drives Toufayan Bakeries Through Pandemic

Grandfather and Grandmother Toufayan

In 1926, Karen Toufayan’s grandfather Haroutoun was a baker living amidst an Armenian community in Egypt. As soon as he could after he emigrated to the United States in the mid-1960s, he set out to make a living in his new country doing what he knew best – making the pita bread... Read More

gluten free influencer eating a wrap

Top Gluten-Free Lifestyle Influencers & Bloggers to Follow

Top Gluten-Free Lifestyle Influencers & Bloggers to Follow

gluten free influencer eating a wrap

If you’ve been following us on Instagram, you may have noticed over the past few months we’ve been collaborating with some amazing influencers, bloggers and fans.

It’s been such a positive experience working with many of these amazing individuals in the gluten-free, health and fitness communities that we wanted to recognize each of their contributions.

With that in mind, go through this article for some of the top gluten-free influencers and bloggers, along with ones who make gluten-free posts, to follow on social media. You won’t be disappointed (unless you love gluten)!

100% Gluten-Free Influencers & Bloggers

Take a look at this impressive list of influencers that are 100% gluten-free! You might get hungry, so we suggest having one (or several) of our gluten-free products handy.

@fit.lil.vegan_ – Kaela McKenna

Kaela McKenna of Massapequa, NY, is Vegan and gluten-free. Her Instagram posts about her weight loss journey, lifestyle transformation and positivity. She is also a passionate Animal Rights Activist and Mental Health Advocate.

@elanaspantry – Elana Amsterdam

Elana Amsterdam is a New York Times Bestselling author and the founder of Elana’s Pantry, which is a site dedicated for health recipes that are Keto, Paleo, grain-free and more. Learn more about what she’s up to today by visiting her website.

@girlstrynaeat – Haley Lerner & Jazmin Gelbart

Haley Lerner & Jazmin Gelbart are the dynamic duo behind “Girls Tryna Eat”. Located in Washington DC, they are both gluten-free and dairy-free foodies. Follow them for great food posts from their travels and their own experiments in the kitchen.

@celiacchicks – Kelly Courson

Kelly Courson is based in New Jersey and has been sharing her gluten-free finds since 2003! Very well-rounded, she serves as a lifestyle expert and consultant as well as a certified holistic health and wellness coach. Check out her blog for recipes, products and more.

@orchidsnsweettea_ – Shanika

Shanika is a self-taught cook, baker, food stylist, recipe developer, and the writer behind all of the deliciousness on Orchids + Sweet Tea! Her blog is a resource for amazing comfort food and sweets, with a healthy twist. She develops amazing dairy-free, gluten-free and vegan recipes.

@im.emily.bean – Emily Briand

Emily Briand, AKA “Emily Bean” is a 100% gluten-free foodie from the New England area. Check out her page for her latest eats and shenanigans.

@baileycarolineblog – Bailey Tesh

Bailey Tesh of Hickory, North Carolina is a student at NC State Wilson. She is passionate about fashion, fitness and being a gluten-free foodie. You can learn more about her by checking out her amazing lifestyle blog!

@nogluten.noproblem – Pete and Kelli Bronski

Pete and Kelli Bronski are the Colorado power couple behind No Gluten, No Problem. They publish gluten-free recipes and cookbooks, and talk about being a gluten-free family/household. Try the latest recipes posted on their website.

@delightfullyglutennfree – Yasmin Northstone

Yasmin Northstone is a full-time university student in Australia going for a bachelor of sport and exercise science, and majoring in nutrition. She has an immense love for all things food, and has made it her mission to find delightful gluten-free recipes after becoming severely intolerant at the beginning of 2018. Visit her blog here.

@guudeats_p – Polina Boily

Polina Boily of Middletown, CT shares her love of food with a dash of sarcasm on the side. She is a gluten-free foodie who creates easy meal inspiration that requires no culinary degree.

@allthehealthythings – Ashlea Adams

Ashlea is a wife, dog mom, and developer of simple, healthy, gluten-free recipes. Her website, All the Healthy Things has grown into a health and wellness website that focuses on providing simple, real food recipes to help women live a happy, balanced life that they enjoy.

@bloatedbelly_co – Amy Flaschernriem

From Farmington, MN, Amy Flaschernriem is a health and wellness blogger. She is a gluten-free and dairy-free eating disorder survivor, and is currently living with Scleroderma, Celiac Disease, IBS and more. Follow her on Instagram or check out her blog for amazing tips and inspiration.

@theblendergirl – Tess Masters

Tess Masters is The Blender Girl. From Australia, she now resides in Los Angeles, California as an actor and author. Head over to her website for everything you need to know about juicing and smoothies.

@gracecheetham – Grace Cheetham

Grace Cheetham was diagnosed with allergies/intolerances at a young age and has spent many years following allergy diets. She is now an author, passionate about good food and allergy-free living. Take a look at her site for more inspiration.

@countryfit – Ashlynn Knope

Ashlynn Knope of Blue Springs, Missouri is into everything workout and fitness related. She is a sponsored athlete, YouTuber, and has been gluten-free since 2007. We cannot confirm or deny if she is related to Leslie Knope from Parks and Rec.

@healthiersteps – Michelle Blackwood

Michelle Blackwood is a Jamaican-American food blogger and RN living in Florida. She is the author of “Healthier Steps 125 Gluten-Free Vegan Recipes”, and runs Healthier Steps, a blog filled with vegan and gluten-free recipes.

@girlwithnogluten_ – Nicole Urban

Nicole Urban of New York, NY is a gluten-free and tree nut-free product reviewer, but what’s most impressive is that she is also a COVID-19 ICU RN. While her food photos are impressive, we’re even more impressed with how she is making a positive impact in people’s lives.

@sondibruner – Sondi Bruner

Sondi Bruner of Vancouver, Canada is a holistic nutritionist, freelance writer, gluten-free and dairy-free food blogger, and chocolate enthusiast. She is always dreaming of what she can create in the kitchen, which you can find out more about on her website.

@freshishreal – Chantal

Chantal of Ottawa, Canada is a culinary nutrition expert and recipe creator. She is known for transforming traditional recipes into plant-based, allergen-friendly and nutritious meals for all to enjoy! Go to her site to learn more about her GFV baking obsession.

@dontmesswithmama – Tracey Black

Tracey Black is the founder and CEO of Don’t Mess with Mama. She has a background in health care, publishing, research, nutrition and wellness. Her website is designed to help others take their health into their own hands and take a step toward a more natural lifestyle.

Influencers & Bloggers with Gluten-Free Posts

There are several others who are considering a transition or are experimenting with a gluten-free and vegan lifestyle, whether or not they need to for dietary purposes, or just want to for their overall health. We found that many of them were interested in trying gluten-free wraps to see how they compared to regular ones. Here are some great accounts to check out:

@sophit_ – Sophie Bruskof

Sophie Bruskof, AKA “Soph”, is a student at University of Maryland and Boxing Coach from Livingston, NJ. She posts about all things health and fitness, including home workout videos, recipes, brands she collaborates with and tips for a healthy lifestyle.

@uncomplicatedchef – Albana Shkupi

A chef and food blogger from Tampa, FL, Albana Shkupi creates uncomplicated recipes (hence her IG handle) that anyone can make. She’s also a fantastic photographer, and takes all her own photos!

@anniemaeseats – Ann Mason McConnell

Ann McConnell has been posting about Toufayan for quite some time now on her own. Based in Clover, South Carolina, she is an 18-year-old student at the University of South Carolina and NASM-CPT. She is dedicated to building her version of a healthy lifestyle through food and fitness and hopes to help others along the way.

@fayespov – Faye Albanna

Out of Orlando, Florida, Faye Albanna is a foodie and life enthusiast. She loves how many wonderful friendships she has been able to make thus-far on her journey. Faye is also the self-proclaimed “Caption Queen” – we’ll let you be the judge of that!

@nourishingshea – Shea Boecker

Shea Boecker is most well known for her ice cream eating streak, going on nearly 400 consecutive days. From Lutherville, MD, Shea is passionate about telling her life story and helping others achieve self-care and self-love. Read her blog to find out more about her background.

@willworkforheels – Katrice Shorter

Katrice Shorter of Jacksonville, FL is a personal style and food blogger, as well as a seasoned world traveler. She’s also a science teacher! Her motto is “High Heels & Good Meals” – we like the sound of that!

@myfreshperspective – Angela Simpson

Angela Simpson of Vancouver, Canada is culinary nutrition and holistic health coach. She is also a wellness blogger and houseplant-obsessed. (her words, not ours!)

@thatcleanlife – Abigail & Christopher Hopkins

Abigail, the founder of That Clean Life, along with her husband, have built a tool used by health coaches to empower their clients to eat smarter. They also have a blog filled with simple, healthy and delicious recipes, and an impressive team dedicated to improving the lives of others.

@college_cuisinee – Sam Asaro

Sam Asaro is “hungry and hangry” and warns that her posts may cause hunger. Located in Port Washington, NY, Sam is a college student, but her food makes her look like a seasoned veteran.

Veggie Art Flatbread

A pretty snack for Breakfast or Lunch! View full recipe.

Where To Buy Low Carb Pita Bread & Smart Pockets™


At Toufayan, we’ve been hearth baking pita bread since 1926, and our commitment to quality and care has not wavered since we started.

We offer our pita bread in several flavors, including original, multi-grain, organic sprouted whole wheat, sweet onion, and whole wheat, but one of the most popular has been our low carb pita bread.

With so many choices, we thought it would be helpful to share some nutritional information about some of our most popular pitas, tell you where you can find them and share some of our favorite recipes. Full disclosure, you might be pretty hungry by the time you’re finished reading…

Comparing Regular vs. Low Carb Pita Bread

People seek low carb food options for a variety of reasons, and look for favorite foods with lower carb options. Pita is no different.

All of our pitas are made with only top quality, wholesome ingredients. They are naturally cholesterol-free and trans-fat-free, pareve and naturally vegan. Toufayan Low Carb Pita is popular with those looking to reduce the number of carbs in their meals.

For those following a keto or low carb, high-fat diet, breads with fewer carbs can make a great alternative to standard pita bread products. To learn more about our pita product certifications and groups, follow this link.

Want to see the exact difference between our regular pita bread and our low carb option? Take a look at the nutrition facts.

Where to Find Toufayan Pita Bread

To find Toufayan pita bread, you have several options. First, you can use our convenient store locator. It allows you to sort by product and your location so you can find a store near you.

If you’d prefer to order online and have our products delivered straight to your door, you can place an order on Amazon. Buy our pitas in packs of three and shipping is FREE!

If you cannot find our pita products online or in a store near you, please email us at info@toufayan.com or fill out this form.

Other Pita Options

If you’re looking for a fun alternative to standard pita bread, we recently reinvented the pita to be more “user-friendly”. We now have Toufayan Smart Pockets™, which are only 80-100 calories depending on the flavor, and come in a square shape.

They even have a lower carb count than our low carb pita bread, and come in 100% whole wheat, everything, organic sprouted whole wheat, original, and you guessed it, low carb options. Other benefits include they stay fresh long, are easy to open, soft, and pliable.

Our Smart Pockets™ are a wholesome, convenient, and soft pocket pita bread option for the needs of today’s consumer. Many of them, including our “Smart Carb Pockets,” are made with whole oats and flax, and can be found on Amazon or at stores nationwide.

See the below images for a comparison of the nutrition facts for Original Smart Pockets™ and Low Carb Smart Pockets™.

Pita Bread Recipes

All Toufayan pitas and Smart Pockets™ are convenient and versatile. Just cut them in half or at the top and fill with meats, salads, or cheese. They’re great for tacos, sloppy joes, and fajitas, or they can be cut into bite-sized pieces for appetizers or served with dips.

Hungry yet? Check out our recipes below, then go grab some low-carb pita bread and make your favorites. There’s something for everyone!

Pantry Flatbread Pizza

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Breakfast Omelet Pita

An easy to make, energy boosting breakfast! View full recipe.

Tuna Salad Smart Pockets™

Normal Tuna Salad not filling enough for you? Use Smart Pockets™ to really make Tuna Salad a meal! View full recipe.

Toufayan Bakeries Supports Local Communities During Covid-19 Pandemic

Ridgefield, N.J., April 9, 2020 - Toufayan Bakeries, one of the oldest family run bakeries in the US, is supporting their employees and communities during this challenging time.

The Toufayan family continues to come to work each day to fill in for employees not able to come to work to perform what is truly an essential business, making sure American families can put bread on their tables. With a bakery in New Jersey just 2 miles from NYC, and two bakeries in Florida, the Toufayans take pride in helping dedicated employees to bake and ship the bread but also by increasing everyone’s pay.

In addition to enhanced pay for front line employees, the Toufayans are making meaningful donations to the organizations doing the hard work of supporting families hit hardest. Hundreds of cases of product have been sent in the last few weeks to food banks and hospitals in Paterson, NJ, New York, and Massachusetts. And Toufayan is donating to both the Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida, and Nourish. NJ with a $200,000 to support their increasingly difficult task of feeding families in need during this time.

“The communities where we operate are like our extended families, and it’s never been more important to support them than during these uncertain times.”

“For generations the Toufayan family has prided itself on giving back,” said Karen Toufayan, VP of marketing and sales for Toufayan. “The communities where we operate are like our extended families, and it’s never been more important to support them than during these uncertain times.”

About Toufayan Bakeries
Since 1926, families have been relyin' on the fresh taste of Toufayan. Toufayan is one of the oldest and largest privately held specialty bread bakeries in the US. Making the best bread has always been a passion for the Toufayan family. For almost 90 years, the Toufayans have been filling lunch boxes, toasters, and tummies with fresh lines of pitas, flatbreads, bagels, wraps, lavash, and breadsticks. Based in Ridgefield, N.J. with bakeries in Orlando and Plant City, Florida, the third generation of Toufayans oversees the entire process from ingredient sourcing and production to distribution. While trends come and go, high quality, fresh and authentic products are always in demand. The Toufayan family is committed to quality you can taste.



Cuban Inspired Gluten Free Wraps

Gluten Free wraps with a distinctive Cuban-pressed flavor! View full recipe.

Falafel Pita

An easy to make, classic mediterranean lunch, great for leftovers! View full recipe.