Sainsbury's Basics Medium Wholemeal Bread Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Snacks
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Bread
Newest Review: ... bread I get. I am a huge fan of Hovis wholemeal and hearty oats but decided to give the basics wholemeal a try, just to see ... more
by - written on 04/05/10 (Very useful, 59 readings)
Being recently made redundant and now finding myself unemployed, I have become even more of an avid bargain hunter. I was in Sainsbury's last week looking to pick up a loaf and some odd bits for lunchtime. The wow-factor of this product is definitely the price. Most wholemeal loaves in Sainsbury's retail for about £1.20. For a measly 50p the Sainsbury's Basics range offers a good bog standard loaf of bread. After being seduced by the price, I was quite sceptical about the quality of the product when I got it home. I quickly put the loaf through its paces and used it for a test-toast that very day. The bread itself was really fresh tasting. The slices are a little ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/04/10 (Very useful, 76 readings)
Sainsbury' Basic Wholemeal Bread is very cheap, at 50p a 800gram packet. Compared to other premium brands coming in at £1-1.50 a packet, this is quite a saving, particularly if you eat a lot of toast and take sarnies to work. However, there are often reasons for things being cheap and while the Basic range is generally good at Sainsbury', this is an example in my opinion of getting what you pay for - not good quality. The Wholemeal Bread is medium sliced, which is usually what I would buy from any premium brand anyway as I don't like thick slices of bread when I'm buying packaged goods. I would say though that the 'medium' slices of this bread are thinner than ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/11/09 (Very useful, 49 readings)
Sainsbury's Basics Wholemeal Bread costs 50 pence for a sliced loaf, containing 800g. I have bought this loaf of bread a few times recently, and have been pleased with it's quality as an everyday bread. We have used it for sandwiches, toast and also to make some breadcrumbs to keep in the freezer. It toasts well and is good with a variety of sandwich fillings. The packaging is plain and simple, with the Sainsbury's Basics white and orange logo on the front. It states that it is 'simply wholemeal bread, great for sandwiches'. Each slice contains - 78kcals 14.3g carbohydrates 0.8g fat 2.4g fibre 0.32g salt The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/11/09 (Very useful, 99 readings)
Review of Sainsbury's Basics Wholemeal Bread ~~The Product~~ I am reviewing Sainsburys Basics Wholemeal Bread, one of the many lines introduced to the supermarket's budget range of foodstuffs and household goods. ~~Packaging, Storage Advice, Taste and Texture~~ The 800g loaf of medium sliced bread is simply packaged in a transparent polythene wrapper. The wrapper bears the distinctive Sainsbury's Basics logo in a white font on an orange flash with the product description in orange on a white flash. The wrapper also carries the ingredients, nutritional values, allergy advice and storage instructions on the reverse. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/10/09 (Very useful, 75 readings)
I did my weekly shop at the new 'Sainsburys Local' down the road earlier this week and was really looking to save some money after a few nights on the town. Therefore, i thought 'Bread is bread'. Whats the difference going to be between paying £1.50 and 45p; read on, and you shall see and hopefully never make the same mistake. General Info ---------------- Sainsbury's Basics is a similar principle to that of Tesco Value or Asda Smartprice products. Basically own branded products that are even cheaper than your normal own branded product. In the last few weeks i have had mixed luck with these items, so thought that trying ... Read the complete review
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