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The '''Home Baking Company''' was a commercial bakery founded in [[1920]] by [[Tom Stevens]], a Greek immigrant to [[Birmingham]]. The bakery was located at 900 [[16th Street North]] with a distribution center and retail outlet at 415 [[Finley Avenue]].
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The '''Home Baking Company''' was a commercial bakery founded in [[1920]] by [[Tom Stevens]], a Greek immigrant to [[Birmingham]]. The bakery was located at 900 [[16th Street North]] with a distribution center and retail outlet at 413 [[Finley Avenue]].
  
 
Stevens remained CEO of the company until his death in [[1983]]. The company was earning $15 million per year in [[1999]] when it was acquired by the [[Flowers Baking Company]] of Thomasville, Georgia.
 
Stevens remained CEO of the company until his death in [[1983]]. The company was earning $15 million per year in [[1999]] when it was acquired by the [[Flowers Baking Company]] of Thomasville, Georgia.

Revision as of 09:38, 18 April 2010

The Home Baking Company was a commercial bakery founded in 1920 by Tom Stevens, a Greek immigrant to Birmingham. The bakery was located at 900 16th Street North with a distribution center and retail outlet at 413 Finley Avenue.

Stevens remained CEO of the company until his death in 1983. The company was earning $15 million per year in 1999 when it was acquired by the Flowers Baking Company of Thomasville, Georgia.