The development, which will sit in the shadow of the historic power station, will eventually include thousands of homes, shops and offices, as well as leisure space and parkland.
Battersea said that each of the new commercial tenants had been selected for their “quality and the individuality of the experience they can offer”.
As well as Flour Power City, the list of tenants includes Pedler Cru eatery, butcher Allens of Battersea, and The General Store, alongside a village hall, and a “dedicated space for events, arts, residents and visitors”.
The bakery was founded in 1999, and now supplies more than 80 markets in London and the Home Counties, as well as delicatessens, speciality food retailers and Michelin-starred restaurants.
Joanne Skilton, head of leasing at Battersea, said: “The retailers chosen have a proven track record in the area, connecting to the community they serve and creating that all-important village feel, which is what people really want.”