Jul 022010

Follow the aroma of an authentic European bakery right inside BJ’s Wholesale Club.  Fresh, flavorful Wellsley Farms® imported pastries, European-inspired artisan breads and signature muffins are all now enhanced with even better ingredients and new, select baking processes – and at everyday low prices that make such delicious indulgences so affordable.

Artisan Breads

Gaining inspiration from Bakery de France® and Bridor™, the innovative leaders in artisan products, every loaf of Wellsley Farms bread starts with the finest all-natural ingredients.  It is then expertly mixed and handcrafted in small batches to create glossy, aromatic dough, shaped and partially cooked in stone- or tile-lined hearths and shipped to BJ’s Clubs for the final baking.  Each of the Wellsley Farms artisan breads is available in convenient, re-sealable packages. The artisan breads also contain zero Trans fat and no high fructose corn syrup.

  • Single-loaf Breads: French Baguette, Multigrain, Neo-Tuscan Boule, Pane Italiano, Roasted Garlic, Rosemary Pugliese, and Sesame Semolina. $2.49 – $3.99.
  • Rolls: Ciabatta, 12-pack; Crusty, 20-pack; and Petite Baguette, 4-pack. $2.99 – $4.49.


European imported, these flaky, buttery treats are created to perfection by allowing the moisture-filled sponge dough to ripen for several hours, which also creates its rich aroma. The croissants contain zero Trans fat and no high fructose corn syrup.

  • Multigrain Croissants, featured first in the U.S. only at BJ’s. 6-pack for $3.49.
  • Plain Croissants made with extra European Butter. 6-pack for $2.99;
    12-pack from $5.79 to $5.99; and 20 pack mini-size for $5.29.
  • Chocolate Croissants made with Belgian chocolate. 6-pack for $4.29.


Raspberry, Vanilla or Maple Pecan Danishes are also imported from Europe and made with the same pastry dough as BJ’s sweet croissants. The Danishes contain zero Trans fat.

  • Raspberry Filled or Creamy Vanilla Danish made with all natural fruit fillings.

6-pack for $4.99.

  • Maple Pecan Danish made with a maple filling, topped with pecans and lightly drizzled with maple syrup. 8-pack for $5.99.


Fluffy, light muffins are created from a customized blending of moist crème cake and a traditional, New England recipe to offer a unique taste. The muffins contain zero Trans fat and no high fructose corn syrup.

  • Varieties: Wild Blueberry, Double Dark Chocolate Chunk & Chocolate Chunk,

Cinnamon Coffee Cake, and Traditional Corn & Wild Blueberry. 6-pack for $3.99.

Croissants, pastries and muffins are also in new eco-friendly, re-sealable packages and family-friendly sizes.

Coupon Saving Family Reviews Wellsley Farms Products

 As I was shopping for my Wellsley Farms Breads at BJ’sI will have to say that I was really impressed at all the baked goods Wellsley Farms makes.  The selection was just great from fresh baked breads, cookies, brownies and lots more.  Our family choose Multigrain Croissants, Oatmeal Raisin Cookies, Double Dark Chocolate Chunk & Chocolate Chunk Muffins, Banana Nut Muffins, Begals and The Creamy Vanilla Danish.

The kids were so excited with all the fresh baked Wellsley Farms Products.  Jonathan’s favorite was the Wellsley Farms Oatmeal Raisin Cookie.  Kayla loved the Wellsley Farms fresh bagels.  They were really fresh and BJ’s had so many flavors to choose from.  My favorite is the Multigrain Croissants, I loved how they put the seed and nuts on the bottom too. 

I had in mind in mind trying some easy recipes for breads or making sandwiches with the Multigrain Croissants however before I could get a chance my family had ate them saying you didn’t even to make a sandwich they were perfect as is.  So I would encourage you while your out shopping at BJ’s to pick up some of our favorite Wellsley Farms Breads or other baked goods.  Perfect for the holiday weekend coming up.  Remember Wellsley Farms Products are sold at BJ’s, if you don’t have a BJ’s membership don’t worry now thru July 5, 2010 you can get a Free BJ’s Membership.

Melissa gives her opinion about Wellsley Farms.  If you can’t see the video go here!

“I wrote this review and received products necessary to facilitate my candid review.  No other forms of payment were or will be received.  All opinions are that of Coupon Saving Family.”

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 5 Responses to “BJ’s: Wellsley Farms Bakery Review”

  1. My cousin recommended this blog and she was totally right keep up the fantastic work!

  2. Great text and nice blog.

  3. love the atisan bread load where can I buy it besides BJ’s? live in Lewiston Me.

  4. I love your cookies at BJs would love to have a cookie with nuts. Please

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