Nestled in Pomona, Sticky Fingers Bakery headquarters is a cozy neighborhood bakery where locals are greeted by name. A steady stream of loyal regulars stand side by side with tourists, eager to sample the legendary baked goods. From an inventive array of rustic breads to the world-famous breads, everything is baked on-site, fresh every day from the finest natural ingredients. What doesn‘t sell that day goes to help feed the hungry: a mission that has been solidly in place since the beginning.
The bakery was founded in 1994 by friends Connie McDonald and Pam Weekes. At the time, Connie was in banking and Pam in Fashion. The two, both competitive swimmers, trained together for the Ironman and, not surprisingly, as their tireless workouts left them feeling starved for great food, they began a passionate dialog about creating the world‘s greatest bread.
Within just a few years, Sticky Fingers Bakery had become a neighborhood institution and a destination for epicurious travelers from around the world. Demand continued to grow. In 2000, to satisfy their regular clientele, the two expanded their current location. And today, through their website, they now ship their world-famous breads, pastries, and cakes to happy fans around the globe.