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Looking for Chocolate Cherry Bread (South Bay)

Tristan Colson | Nov 9, 200209:16 PM    

The Whole Foods in Cupertino used to carry two kinds of chocolate cherry bread in its bakery -- one was from Noe Valley Baking Co., it was a small round loaf with chunks of chocolate and dried cherries in it, the other was from the Whole Foods Bakery itself, it had a chocolate dough with dried cherries in it. The two were very different, but both delicious. Now neither is available --- Noe Valley Baking Co. doesn't distribute this far south of the city, and the Whole Foods employees seem to have no idea why they are no longer making their own version of chocolate cherry bread.

Does anyone know of other locations, preferably in the South Bay, where I could get some version of chocolate cherry bread?

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