For more than 150 years, Clabber Girl has earned the trust of home cooks and culinary professionals alike, producing a broad range of ingredients, specialty dry mixes and custom leavening systems. We have grown from The Hulman Company that was incorporated in 1850. By 1899 Clabber brand baking powder had been introduced, and today the Clabber Girl brand, as renamed in 1923, is distributed nationwide and to many different countries around the world.For Clabber Girl Museum and beyond, use our Terre Haute trip maker app to get the most from your Terre Haute vacation.
Clabber Girl Corporation continues to expand its product lines and now distributes baking powder in retail, wholesale and industrial packaging under many different brand names. The business has expanded its food service offerings to include not only baking powder, but baking soda, corn starch and the Royal® brand products which include cheesecake, gelatin, pie fillings and puddings. Industrial formulations are designed specifically for the food service industry and have significantly expanded the partnerships and collaborations that Clabber Girl enjoys today.
Clabber Girl is proud of its heritage and the first floor of the company's headquarters has been restored to include a museum, bake shop, artisan coffee-roasting operations, and culinary classroom. Here the history of the company is celebrated and visitors can interact with the Clabber Girl family of products.
Clabber Girl Museum reviews
A lot to see here. A lot of history here. A wonderful place. Recomend going here. The staff is very friendly. This is a very clean place. more »
My husband and I enjoyed lunch in the cafe and it was yummy. Also purchased a couple Valentine cookies, they were fresh and delicious. We toured through the attached museum and enjoyed it all. Who... more »
We had an overnight stay in Terra Haute on a road trip and stopped here on a whim. The Clabber Girl bakery was exactly the kind of gem we look for on our cross country road trips! Friendly service and good food were great, plus the free museum inside was a perfect pit stop. We will never look at the baking aisle in the grocery store the same!
A gem of history and heritage, along with delicious food! I’ve had lunch at Clabber Girl many times, always a great experience. Recently I had the chance to try their breakfast and it was even better than I expected. I ordered a veggie omelet made with egg whites, and I had only just sat down with my coffee before my breakfast was on my table. The omelet was heaped with fresh spinach and tomatoes. The biscuit was so soft, buttery and warm, probably fresh from the oven. Every meal tastes authentically scratch-made, like it’s straight from grandma’s kitchen. Having all the black-and-white photos and historic artifacts in the dining rooms and the museum really completes the feeling that you’ve stepped back a century in time. Really well done!
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