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Welcome to Flatout Fresh!

We’re confident that we are better than sliced bread and our mission is to show you why that’s true.

This blog was created out of a passion for great tasting, healthy food and our commitment to your happiness. It is meant to serve as a place where fabulous people like you can come together to chat about recipes, fitness, family and fun. Our goal is to create a gathering place for people who can look to each other for answers on these important topics.

That said, we have created four distinct characters for you to meet and interact with.

  • Flatout Foodie: Our go-to recipe and food topic finder, developer and sharer
  • Flatout Fitness: Our go-to physical and emotional health superstar
  • Flatout Fabulous: Our go-to gal for fun ideas, from planning date nights to fashion tips
  • Flatout Family: Our go-to schedule maker and resource for moms, dads and kids alike

We can’t wait to get to know all of you better. Thanks for reading and have a Flatout fabulous day!

43 Comments leave one →
  1. geraldine esposito permalink
    May 4, 2010 11:29 pm

    where can i buy it. I live in Brookhaven, Suffolk County New York. Can I order by mail.

  2. June 19, 2010 10:32 pm

    where can i buy it. I live in Brookhaven, Suffolk County New York. Can I order by mail.
    +1

  3. Teri Lennon permalink
    July 25, 2010 7:11 pm

    Dear Flatout Flatbread,

    Today I had a party with my daughter & friends, we served hummus and then opened the bag of Baked Flatbread Crisps Multigrain and the product first smells sharply like chemical and cardboard (paper product), then tasted frankly like nasty wood pulp. I’m very EMBARRASSED that I served the crisps to my family. I was looking for a healthy alternative to chips and fatty dip. This product is disgusting. I will not be buying it again.

    Very truly yours,

    Teri Lennon
    North Port,Florida

    • July 26, 2010 4:38 pm

      Teri-

      We regret to hear you had a bad experience with our product and would love the opportunity to try and make it up to you. If
      you would be open to that, we’d love to hear from you at flatoutbread@gmail.com. Thanks for sharing your feedback with us.

      Best,
      The Flatout Team

  4. MEL SILLS permalink
    September 3, 2010 4:48 pm

    I BOUGHT MY FIRST PACKAGE OF FLATOUT LIGHT ITALIAN HERB FLATBREAD YESTERDAY. TODAY I WAS MAKING MY FIRST ROLLUP SANDWICH. THE FIRST THING I NOTICED WAS THAT ALL THE FLATBREADS WERE TIGHTLY STUCK TOGETHER. I REALLY HAD TO WORK TO SEPARATE THE BREADS. THE FIRST ONE RIPPED ALONG THE EDGES AND COULD NOT BE USED. THE SECOND ONE CAME APART WITH PART OF THE NEXT ONE STUCK TO IT. I’M NOT SURE HOW TO SEPARATE THEM EASILY. PERHAPS I GOT A PACKAGE THAT WAS STUBBORN. I JUST STUCK THE WHOLE PACK IN THE FREEZER AND WILL TRY IT ANOTHER TIME. CAN YOU GIVE ME SUGGESTIONS? THANKS. THE CONCEPT IS GREAT AND THE SIZE IS PERFECT FOR ME, I JUST STRUGGLED SEPARATING THE SLICES OF FLATBREAD.

    • December 16, 2010 3:13 pm

      Hi Mel,

      We regret to hear you had a bad experience with our product and would love the opportunity to try and make it up to you. It sounds as though you just happened to get a bag where the product was stuck together. If you would be open to receiving new product from us, we’d love to hear from you at flatoutbread@gmail.com. Thanks for sharing your feedback.

      Best,
      The Flatout Team

  5. Deborah Hodur permalink
    October 2, 2010 3:02 pm

    Can’t buy flatout this week. My local stores have pulled it off the shelf because it expired back in Sept.
    Where do I buy it now?
    I live in Romeoville IL

  6. Jennifer Wiles permalink
    October 11, 2010 7:10 pm

    We just recently went on a high protien low carb diet and these are great for lunch and tonight we made pizza with them, perfect, just like thin crust pizza. THAKYOU for your product we love it !!

    • December 16, 2010 3:06 pm

      Hi Jennifer,

      Thank YOU for such great feedback! We are so happy to hear that you are enjoying our products and look forward to continuing the conversation with you.

      Bon appetit!
      The Flatout Team

  7. Mary Bach permalink
    November 1, 2010 1:32 pm

    I tried Flatout for the first time and chose the light Italian herb. It was excellent, except that the pieces stuck together and I could only separate 2 of the 6 in the package without destroying them. Is there a trick to separating them? If not and you have had other comments about this, any chance you might put a piece of plastic between each one, like some of the packaged, sliced cheeses do? Please email a response to me at the above email. Thanks.

    -Mary

    • December 16, 2010 3:14 pm

      Hi Mary,

      We regret to hear you had a bad experience with our product and would love the opportunity to try and make it up to you. It sounds as though you just happened to get a bag where the product was stuck together. We appreciate your suggestion to put a sheet of plastic between each wrap and will definitely pass that along to our team! If you would be open to receiving new product from us, we’d love to hear from you at flatoutbread@gmail.com. Thanks for sharing your feedback.

      Best,
      The Flatout Team

  8. Dawn Booth permalink
    November 13, 2010 2:32 am

    Can we get it in the UK please

    • December 16, 2010 3:11 pm

      Hi Dawn!

      Currently we are not distributed in the UK but as soon as that changes, we will be sure to let you know!

      Bon appetit,
      The Flatout Team

  9. November 19, 2010 7:02 am

    The whole wheat Flatout bread indicates to “keep refrigerated once open” on the package.
    Is that just to keep it fresh or is there an ingedient in the product that needs refrigeration?

    • December 16, 2010 3:11 pm

      Hi LG,

      The refrigeration is simply a way to keep the product fresher longer. There is no specific ingredient that must be refrigerated. Hope that helps!

      Bon appetit!
      The Flatout Team

  10. c. crutcher permalink
    December 15, 2010 4:18 am

    i purchased your “flatout flatbread crisps edgeon baked flatbread crisps” from my local kroger 12/13/10 for 2.99. i must tell you that i am a snack cracker/chip fiend. but truthful i can not say i like this product. the crunch is fabulous. the nutritional makeup seems to be perfect for my diabetic needs. however, unfortunately the flavoring is overpowering and not in a good way. i tried them with avacoda salad, with artichoke/spinach dip, and with cheese slices. each time the crisps’ flavor overpowered the taste of that which i was trying to dress the crisp with. i appreciate what your product was trying to accomplish but for me this time you missed the mark.

    yours in snacking, c. crutcher

    • December 16, 2010 3:08 pm

      Hi C. Crutcher,

      We regret to hear you had a bad experience with our product and would love the opportunity to try and make it up to you. Perhaps you would be interested in trying additional flavors of the crisps. If you would be open to that, we’d love to hear from you at flatoutbread@gmail.com. Thanks for sharing your feedback with us.

      Best,
      The Flatout Team

  11. December 15, 2010 12:55 pm

    Hi,

    As a reisterd dietitian and certified group fitness instructor I highly recommend flatouts for the entire family. It’s a great way to get more fiber in your diet, it makes veggies and fruit taste better, it helps with weight loss and I LOVE the taste. It also allows me to become a creative healthly fast-food chef at home.

    Teresa Hall, RD, LDN (AFAA Certified Group Fitness Instructor)
    Curves Marketing
    Merrillville, In 46410
    219-756-2878

    • December 16, 2010 3:05 pm

      Hi Teresa,

      Wonderful to hear from you! Thanks for the great tips and input. We look forward to continuing the conversation!

      Bon appetit!
      The Flatout Bread Team

  12. Misbah Malik permalink
    December 15, 2010 7:40 pm

    Please let me know the source of one of the ingredients called L-cysteine is it from human hair or synthetic material Please confirm it as we cannot eat any part of human being. many Thanks

    • December 16, 2010 3:05 pm

      Hi Misbah,

      L-cysteine is an all-natural product derived from animal by product.

      Best,
      The Flatout Bread Team

      • Misbah Malik permalink
        December 23, 2010 9:24 am

        Many thanks . I along with millions of other people will be very grateful to your company if u start using L-cystiene made from synthetic source as it is used by many companies around the world. Even Jews don’t eat any product which contain this. Thanks a lot

      • Rebeccah permalink
        January 1, 2011 11:42 am

        PHEW am I glad I came here BEFORE I tried your product! I am vegetarian and it seems you have L-cysteine in almost every one of your products. (Your ingredient lists are so long it’s easy for L-cysteine to hide.)

      • Misbah Malik permalink
        January 12, 2011 5:49 am

        No comment from u or no information from u that u will consider using alternative to it that is synthetic one. Thanks

    • Stephen permalink
      March 31, 2011 1:09 pm

      It has not occurred to you that millions of tons of chicken feathers rich in l-cysteine would be the preferable source over human hair (or “duck” feathers) collected by hand from barber shops. FYI, l-cysteine IS NOT derived from the chicken feathers themselves. It is derived from a liquid created when the feathers are dissolved completely in hydrochloric acid. At that point, they are no longer feathers. They have become chemical components of an industrial stew from which the l-cysteine is separated and recovered. This is why l-cysteine is considered Kosher. Whatever produced the stew is entirely inedible and consuming the outcome is morally distinct from consuming the feathers themselves. The driving force of businessmen everywhere is profitable efficiency. That is why the major supplier of l-cysteine in America produces its product entirely from a conversion of methyl acrylate using an enzyme produced through fermentation.

  13. Vivian permalink
    December 30, 2010 3:34 pm

    I am wondering if your flat breads can be frozen since I have a bag that will expire on 1/01/2011?

    • December 31, 2010 11:38 am

      Thanks for asking Vivian. Our products can be frozen for up to six months. When you want to thaw them, just remove from freezer and let sit at room temp for approximately an hour.

  14. Joan Murphy permalink
    January 2, 2011 8:24 am

    Was it your bread that was applauded by Michigan’s new Governor, Rick Snyder at his inauguration? Was it your chips served at the reception at Wharton Center? How are we to make the chips, or do you sell the that way?

  15. Jenn Houston permalink
    January 4, 2011 3:24 pm

    I had leftovers from fajitas and used them for lunch today with flat outs! AMAZING. Yum Yum.
    I have only purchased these twice but can’t wait to try new goodies on them.
    THanks.

  16. January 10, 2011 9:17 pm

    havent had a chance to try flatout bread yet, but it looks great. now to find a place that has it in north jersey…

  17. Kris Armendariz permalink
    January 15, 2011 12:00 pm

    I purchased the ‘Rosemary & Oliv e Oil’ flatout bread once, and loved it! Now I can’t find it anywhere! Can you help me?

  18. February 19, 2011 2:06 pm

    Hi there, I was extremely excited to find Flat Out Crisps (multi-grain) the other day. I bought a bag and ripped open the bag as soon as I got to my car. Well….UG….they are SO salty! Like gag me salty. I’m so bummed!!! I like the flavor, I love the nutrition information, but I can hardly eat them because they taste like 95% salt! Is it possible that I got a bad bag? It says that the sodium is 10% and my Sun Chips are 9% but don’t taste salty like the Flat Out Crisps. Help!

    • February 23, 2011 11:06 am

      Hi M. Matthews!

      We’re sorry to hear that your experience with our Crisps did not live up to your expectations. Please email nicole@flatoutbread.com with the details and she can help determine what went wrong. We appreciate you letting us know about this!

      Cheers,
      The Flatout Bread Team

  19. Irene Ruler permalink
    March 11, 2011 4:26 pm

    I bought the Italian flatout bread and went to make a rollup sandwich, however I could not get the pieces apart. They were stuck together and ripped apart. Very doughy. I was very disappointed . Not sure if I want to buy them again as they are not cheap in price.

  20. Heather Siebert permalink
    March 29, 2011 12:03 pm

    My daughter got me some in florida and now I an addicted, however I am not able to find them ANYWHERE, the web site says they are at super target and they state they do not carry them, I would love to buy some, but the shipping is WAY OVERBOARD. please ehlp

  21. Nancy Lee permalink
    April 17, 2011 2:20 pm

    I bought Flatout at Costco’s with 3-6 packs in the bag and on the outside of the bag it said “FREE recipe booklet”. There wasn’t one in the bag and no instructions how to get it. Just wondered if anyone knew how to get it? Maybe it is the website recipes that is free??? It said BOOKLET….

    • April 21, 2011 7:53 am

      Hi Nancy Lee!

      Sorry to hear that you did not receive a free recipe booklet in your package. There is definitely supposed to be a small purple book included. That is likely a manufacturing error and we would be happy to correct it and send you one. If you send your address to feedback@flatoutbread.com and explain what happened, we’ll get one sent out right away!

      Cheers,
      The Flatout Bread Team

  22. Melissa Aymami permalink
    May 1, 2011 3:26 pm

    Where can I buy Flat Out in New Orleans, LA?

  23. November 9, 2011 7:20 pm

    Please bring Flatout to Hong Kong!

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