FFounded in 1908, Orza Bakery produces a wide variety of bread with excellent quality and preserving the traditional taste of the Italian masters. Welcome to Orza Bakery Traditional Italian bakery, in the heart of Yonkers.
We work 24 hours taking to the tables of all New York families only quality fresh bread.
Our mission is to provide our customers with quality bread, preserving the original recipes of
baked bread that led us over 100 years ago.
Breads & Buns
SSince the beginning of our operations in 1908, our commitment is to bring our customers only quality bread using the highest standards of raw material, combining craft and mechanical processes to get the best dough while controlling the baking process and storage that will result on bread with texture, flavor and delicate scent to become our best cover letter.
Our specialty is the Baston, which we produce in different sizes ranging from 1 to 6 feet, long or circular, as well as the Portuguese Bread, the “Teleras” and “Cemitas”. In addition, we also produce a daily variety of Mexican bread.
In Orza Bakery you'll find the bread of your choice according to the season: Rosca de Reyes, Irish Soda (St. Patrick) Foot Wedges 6 feet (Superbowl, etc.).
Mexican Sweet Bread
Wide Variety of Mexican Sweet Bread, Conchas, Monas, Orejas, Pan de Muerto, Rosca de Reyes.
Orza Bakery, Since 1908...
Orza Bakery is one of the oldest bakeries in Westchester County, was sold by its owner Anthony Orza to Vital and Ubaldo Tovar brothers on november 1st of 2001.
Vital and Ubaldo were born in Tlaxcuapan, Puebla. Thanks to their determination and effort, Tovar brothers have achieved their independence and prosperity of the American dream.
Their efforts received numerous awards from Legislators at the
Westchester County as well as from the Senate of District 35 in New York.
The Yonkers community itself, besides various associations, and chambers of commerce, has recognized them as Entrepreneurs.
Besides their work as entrepreneurs leading Orza Bakery, Tovar Brothers
Contributed consistently to the welfare of the Yonkers community and Westchester County supporting non-profit associations such as churches, sports and arts associations, state and municipal
On the 5th of June was proclaimed in the New York Senate District 35, the day
Of Vital and Ubaldo Tovar as part of recognition for their outstanding work as entrepreneurs and their work in favor of the community.
Tovar Brothers, continue their tradition since the foundation of Orza Bakery in 1908.
Bread is a popular food in most societies in America, Europe, India and Middle Asia.
Bread is one of oldest prepared foods, dating back to Neolithic era
Bread is often made from a wheat-flour dough that is cultured with yeast, allowed to rise, and finally baked in an oven.
White bread is made from flour containing only the central core of the grain (endosperm). Brown bread is made with endosperm and 10% bran. It can also refer to white bread with added colouring (often caramel colouring) to make it 'brown'; commonly labeled in America as "Wheat" bread (as opposed to "Whole Wheat" bread.)
Wheat germ bread has added wheat germ for flavoring.
Whole grain bread can refer to the same as 'wholemeal bread', or to white bread with added whole grains to increase its fibre content
(i.e. as in "60% whole grain bread"). Roti s a whole wheat based bread eaten in South Asia. Naan is also a variant of Roti.
Granary bread is bread made from granary flour. and whole grains.
Rye Bread is made with flour from rye grain of variable levels. It is higher in fiber than many common types of bread and is often darker in color and stronger in flavor. In Scandinavia, Germany, Finland, the Baltic States, and Russia, rye is a popular type of bread.
Unleavened Bread or Matzah used for the Jewish feast of Passover, does not include yeast, thus it does not rise.