By Joanie Spencer

KANSAS CITY — Mandated shutdowns, school closings and rushes on supermarket resources during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic have left many consumers without basic and necessary access to food.  

As commercial bakers ramp up production to meet an unprecedented increase in demand, they’re also boosting production to provide meals to those in need.

In Baltimore, H&S Bakery employees have put in extra hours to not only meet the increased demand at the retail level but also provide product to several charitable organizations. H&S has provided thousands of products — from its H&S, Mid-Atlantic Baking, Crispy Bagel, Schmidt and Automatic Rolls of Baltimore brands — to Meals on Wheels, Moveable Feast, Our Daily Bread, Baltimore Hunger Project, My Sister’s Place, Living Classrooms, Weekend Backpacks and more. Read more>>