Trenary Home Bakery building was constructed around
1930. It was purchased by the Siiranen Family in
the early 30's and was located adjacent to the historic Trenary family homestead. Thus the bakery was named the "Trenary Home" bakery. The building was originally constructed as a bakery with living quarters. The bakery later became a boarding house and then was converted to a restaurant before being returned to it's original function as a bakery.
In 1950 Hans and Esther Hallinen purchased the bakery from the Siiranen's. Hans and Esther expanded the bakery to it's current size.
The Trenary Home Bakery was in the Hallinen family through three generations, spanning more than 60 years. With a new owner as of January 1, 2011, we continue to carry on the Old World Tradition of scratch baking the finest breads, and our famous Trenary Toast.
Come and visit us in Trenary in the heart of Michigan's beautiful Upper Peninsula and try some of our delicious Trenary Toast in the familiar brown bag, have a cup of coffee and freshly baked Cinnamon Roll. Take yourself back in time when everything was fresh and sweet to the taste. A simpler time, hand crafted by people who care.
Today the products can be ordered or purchased in the Cafe'.
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