- Aldi bread.
nealglover – Member
Not much preservative. ?
Cheaper to make.
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Exactly. Most supermarket loaves don’t get mouldy for ages, god knows how much shite they put in them. Lidl baked in house bread is pretty good, and cheap too.Posted 4 years ago
or more likely they buy it when its short dated, hence cheaper.
I used to deliver it. They buy it the same as everyone else.
It’s made, packaged, and delivered.
Same as co-op, sainsbury’s etc.
The “baked in store” stuff at lidl is par-baked and frozen at there depot in the north east, then delivered and baked off in store. It’s nice too, but not quite as good as proper fresh baked IMO.Posted 4 years agoMikeypiesMember
I dont thinks it anything to do with buying short dated bread some is their own brand, more like low overheads and good contracts.
There was a bit on Tv where they priced up home baked bread against shop bought and home baked was more expensive but what did they taste like ?Posted 4 years ago
There was a bit on Tv where they priced up home baked bread against shop bought and home baked was more expensive but what did they taste like ?
Really 😯 that genuinely surprises me, i bake bread at home and a bag of bread flour is less than £2 and i can get 3 large loaves out of that, yeast and salt are pennies per serving for bread and the water comes out the tap, a fresh baked loaf in Sainsburys is £1.30ish, i reckon my loaves cost less than a quid and are bigger.Posted 4 years agometal_legMember
Our local co-op keep the bread back to back with a chiller unit. Warm air from the chiller creates and ideal mould growing environment for plastic wrapped bread. The breads mouldy on the shelf the same day its delivered.
Of course, I have told them, but I am just some lycra clad middle aged nutter ranting on about mouldy bread.Posted 4 years ago
Well i’ve just done my weekly shop and thought i’d price up one of my loaves, for the ingredients it comes to 45p, obviously this doesn’t include water from my tap 350ml (in case anyone knows the water meter rate) and the power for the oven. But even taking this into account i’d be surprised if it came out more than the equivalent loaf from the supermarket bakery (£1.30).Posted 4 years ago
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