Another Julian Bakery FDA Warning Letter

Julian Bakery FDA Warning Letter

For five years I have been talking about the Julian Bakery and their falsely labeled breads and now the FDA has stepped in…again.  This time with a warning letter  regarding…you guessed it…more falsely labeled breads. Below was their first 2010 recall.

Another Julian Bakery FDA Warning LetterAt my own expense, I had five JULIAN BAKERY breads tested through Exova Laboratories and all five were many more times the stated carbohydrate count with far less fiber & protein.  They eventually got rid of all 21 of their breads only to come up with…even more falsely labeled breads.  They have four Paleo breads and two Carb Zero breads and they are under suspect according to the FDA.

Questions:  How is it the that even with the Julian Bakery’s “independent lab results” they seem unable to make a label without falsifying it?  How do they understate calories by 152%-165%?  What is wrong with this picture?  Is it incompetence?…No, I don’t think so.  I believe Heath Squier and his JULIAN BAKERY believe they can literally get away with their pathological lying.

365 YogurtI also find it quite interesting that JULIAN BAKERY follows one day behind Whole Foods Market being sued for falsely labeling their own in-house brand 365 Everyday Value Plain Greek Yogurt which contains a sugar content nearly six times (testing showed 11.4g sugar) the amount stated on the product’s nutritional label.  I tried my darnedest to get Whole Foods to stop their support of Julian Bakery…but to no avail.  6 Letters To Whole Foods They continue selling Julian Bakery products as well as their own yogurt to this day and it seems birds of a feather may really flock together.

And there you have it.  Let’s hope the JULIAN BAKERY Paleo Breads are all but toast.

Ronald Reagan famously said, “Trust but Verify”.  At the signing of the INF Treaty, his counterpart Mikhail Gorbachev responded:  “you repeat that at every meeting,” to which Reagan answered:  “I like it”…I like it too.

  • Angela

    Any true info on Julian’s bakery Pro granola? 97 cal for 37 gram portion?? Hard to believe anything anymore

    • Angela,
      I guess I would just say that you should eat at your own risk. 37g of anything is not much so you probably ought to check your serving sizes. I personally would not line the pockets of a company who has cheated and lied to diabetics and the low carb community for so many years. Who is to know if they are still lying or not? I don’t…do you?
      In addition I would check your blood sugars as 2g net carbs should not move the needle much, if any.