The gingerbread bagels have ginger flavoring, molasses, ginger and vanilla flavored chips—no candied ginger that I know of.
The cobblestones are made by rolling out sheets of raisin bread dough and cutting the sheets into 1 inch pieces with a pizza cutter, then the pieces are mixed with a concoction of oil, brown sugar, molasses, raisins, dried apples, and spices. We make so many of them that if I had to roll those pieces by hand, I’d go insane. It’s like monkey bread; the prepared gooey dough mass is measured into giant muffin cups before proofing.
Yes, I did have to sign a confidentiality agreement when I was hired. I can talk about basic methods used and major ingredients (but not amounts), but nothing else beyond that.