Paramount Bakery

Paramount Bakery was established in 1924 in Newark, NJ. This small headquarters location delivers via delivery trucks to supermarkets, restaurants, and other food establishments in the New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania area. Paramount Bakery has changed hands several times over the course of its history but has always remained family owned. As of 1994 Paramount Bakery was purchased by the Zabludovsky family who has maintained its operation 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year. Paramount Bakery is a wholesale bread bakery that makes bread of all types with no definite primary product. However the owner’s son claims that the Semolina Bastogne is his favorite product.

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2 Responses to “Paramount Bakery”

  1. 1 trevorlamb September 30, 2010 at 2:07 am

    in the axon the brick details at the corner help give additional info about the type of building it is and the nature of its surroundings. definitely a stronger drawing with than what it would be without. is the front half of the building the only part that is actively used as the bakery?

    also, the logo has some good elements, but it may be a bit cramped with all three of them together, you may want to experiment with the layout a bit.

    • 2 jdpereira12 October 26, 2010 at 2:35 pm

      I noticed that there was another building labeled Paramount Bakery a couple blocks away from the one in Davenport. The owner mentioned that the building in Davenport acts as the office for the business and the more active building on 5th street acts as the manufacturing facility. This explains why the original building I was looking at seemed so deserted.

      I also tweaked the logo a bit. Does this help any?

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