I had never heard of Dave's Killer Bread until I came across a story about the founder, Dave Dahl. https://www.theringer.com/2018/2/27/17055800/daves-killer-bread-dave-dahl-feature
He has had an, um, interesting life. I came to the part where his older brother had given him another chance at the family bakery one time when he got out of prison and seemed to have changed. He was trying to create some new breads and the first he came up with was Blues Bread, a seeded whole wheat loaf, rolled in blue cornmeal.
I had to have some. The article had mentioned Flowers had purchased the family business in 2015 but that didn't register with me at the time, so I was surprised to find Dave's Killer Breads in the first grocery store I tried. (I usually don't go down the bread aisle in supermarkets except for special needs). Since then I've found it in virtually every grocery store I've been in.
My favorite is the Good Seed. It reminds me of Whole Food's Seeduction bread. They're both so good, I sometimes eat them for dessert - toasted or not, buttered or not. Seldom with anything else.
But I've never found the Blues Bread anywhere! Grrrrr!