Panera Bread to bring more cinnamon to the bread craze

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Panera Foods Inc. is expected to add more cinnamon in its cinnamon breads this year to mark the first time the popular breakfast cereal is being made with the spice.

The breakfast cereal maker said Thursday it is working with the U.S. Department of Agriculture to test the new cinnamon bread product.

Panera will start offering the new cereal in March, it said in a statement.

The cereal is a $1.79-per-ounce variety that features cinnamon as the only spice.

It is a new offering, said Lisa Sperry, Panera’s chief food and beverage officer.

“The cinnamon bread is a good, healthy option for the average person,” she said.

“It is good for breakfast, as well as the breakfast crowd.”

The cereal was first sold in the United States in 2008, but it wasn’t until 2010 that it was sold in other countries.

The company began offering the cereal in other markets in the U, Canada and Australia in 2014.

The new Cinnamon Bread is similar to its other breakfast cereals but comes with more cinnamon.

The product comes in six flavors and each includes different ingredients, including ground cinnamon and powdered sugar.

The cereals are priced at $1 per slice.

A Panera spokesman said the cereal will include cinnamon bread, which has traditionally been a bread staple in the Midwest, but has been slowly moving into Europe.

The bread will also be sold in cereal boxes, as the company does not sell cereal boxes in its U.K. stores.

Paneras first bread was in 2007.

The U.s.

Food and Drug Administration approved the cinnamon bread in 2010 and the company has since started marketing the cereal to customers around the world.

Paners first cinnamon bread came out in 2008.

It was introduced as a breakfast cereal and became a staple in many markets in Europe and Asia.

A year later, the U and the U.-K.

began rolling out the product.

The first U.k.

Paneria cereal was sold earlier this year.