Because TreeHouse Foods Artisan Breads contain no added fat, no added sugar, and no preservatives, they should be handling differently from other breads. The crisp crust of TreeHouse Foods Artisan Breads acts as a natural preservative, but it's best if eaten within a day or two.
To serve, heat loaves in oven according to their bake instructions. Once the load is sliced, it will begin to dry out. To keep bread as fresh and delicious as possible, store at room temperature, cut-side-down, in a paper bag.
To freeze TreeHouse Foods Artisan Breads Breads, make sure loaf is completely cooled, then place in a plastic bag. Squeeze out as much air as possible and close tightly. Frozen bread keeps well for up to three months. Thawing TreeHouse Foods Artisan Breads Breads prior to heating is not recommended. To serve from a frozen state, remove from bag and bake in oven according to the bread's baking instructions.