Leipomo Rosten is the third-biggest bakery in Finland, employing over 200 people. The bakery has been owned by the same family for three generations, and by still making much of their breads and pastries by hand they aim to keep the spirit of the original bakery alive. “We make everything from traditional fresh bread to pastries, and we aim to use Finnish ingredients whenever possible. All the wheat and oats in our baked goods have been grown in Finnish fields,” explains Veera Meltovaara, marketing manager at Leipomo Rosten. Recent additions to the bakery’s repertoire include a range of crispbreads with seeds.