Seed to Slice Video Transcript:
(Video opens with Oroweat logo)
Since the beginning, there has been something special about our bread.
(Montage begins, showing wheat fields and farmers gathering and sorting grains, then transitions to show the fresh bread baked in bakeries and being enjoyed by families.)
Every slice is made with high-quality ingredients. From the sunbaked fields where our seeds are grown to the bakeries where the bread is baked to the homes where our bread is served, we strive to make a positive impact every day. It’s a philosophy that extends beyond our bread to the world around us.
(Talking head screen of Rob Rabou from Rabou Farms, Inc. speaking to the camera, then transitions to footage of him on a tractor.)
“We are very dedicated to what we do here on this farm to make sure we are providing, not just a nutritious, healthy product, but primarily a safe product for American families.”
(Clint Jessen of Jessen Wheat Company is shown walking through a factory and handling machinery, then transitions to talking head screen.)
“We take great pride in producing a good quality product from beginning to end, supplying our best product to their best product."
(Close up shot of trays of fresh baked bread and shots of the plant, then transitions to talking head screen of Scott Reynen, Oroweat Plant Manager.)
“From seed to slice there is no added nonsense, for ingredients we use to produce a great, consistent quality product for our consumers. Our plants are involved in different initiatives that help reduce energy such as LED lighting, we use high-efficiency motors. We also are significantly involved in recycling.”
(Talking head screen of Joel Templeman, Oroweat plant engineer, then aerial shot of wind farm.)
“For every Kilowatt hour of electricity, we consume in our U.S. operations We have matched that sustainable through a wind farm."
(Talking head screen of Eric McCann, Oroweat field service manager, then shows him with propane auto gas machines and boarding an Oroweat delivery truck.)
“In fleet, we are currently running propane auto gas, as well as compressed natural gas in our vehicles. Now, not only are we delivering a product to our consumers, we are cleaning up the environment in which they live in every day.”
(Footage of plant workers, volunteers doing community service, and a little girl enjoying an Oroweat bread sandwich.)
We are consistently working to improve the quality of our ingredients, reduce our carbon footprint and give back to the communities we serve. Because when we take care of the earth, its products are the best they can be and we ensure that our generation and generations to come can continue living a healthy, balanced life.
(Oroweat bread logo with tagline “This is my bread.”)
Today, we are still committed to bringing you bread you can believe in—from seed to slice.