Tesco Stayfresh Wholemeal Bread Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Bread
Newest Review: ... about. The wrapper is not that nice looking although it is nicer than the Tesco value products which is what I buy a lot of ... more
by - written on 26/03/10 (Very useful, 137 readings)
I have recently tried out the Tesco stay fresh wholemeal loaf of bread and this is my review. I had decided to buy wholemeal bread for a change as I sometimes get fed up with eating white bread so when I was in Tesco I had a look to see what else was there to buy and I decided on this loaf as it seemed to be middle of the road and it wasn't that expensive. The loaf of bread cost me around 75 pence for a large loaf which I think is a good price and is average for a supermarket own brand loaf of bread nowadays. The loaf is 800g in size which is average to and this size is what I would usually buy tho I find it can be a bit much as it is only for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/07/09 (Very useful, 293 readings)
As both hubby and I take a pack lunch to work every day, I need a ready supply of fresh wholemeal bread, neither of us like white bread. Since bread prices at Tesco seem to have rocketed over the past 6 months, I decided to change from my usual irwin's bread which was over a pound, but still a lot less than some other brands, and try Tesco's whole stayfresh wholemeal bread which usually costs 72p, but is on offer at the moment for 65p. Each slice of this bread contains 82 calories, and 0.4g of salt, which is the best not the worst I have seen on the shelves. It is suitable for home freezing, like most bread, and ideal for vegetarians as well. Tesc also ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/04/09 (Very useful, 93 readings)
I just had to write a review about this after all the recent problems we've had. We were buying this quite regularly because it was good value for money at 64p for a loaf of decent wholemeal bread that stayed fresh for a good five to seven days (where it lasted that long). In the last few months, the price has jumped to 72p per loaf, and that was following quite a long period where we couldn't get any in our local Tesco due to "supplier problems". So it came back at 72p per loaf and I thought that was fine, a few extra pence is to be expected on products during these difficult economic times. But when I opened up the loaf, I was amazed to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/12/09 (Very useful, 31 readings)
We don't eat a lot of bread with our meals in my house. We do however always have sandwiches for work & only go shopping once a week. Because of this we need bread that we buy to last at least a week. It's for this reason that we buy Tesco Stay Fresh bread. In my supermarket the bread costs around 80p per loaf & can be purchased in medium or large slices. You can also buy a white variety which I tend to favour slightly. The bread it very good. It is soft & does stay soft & fresh for the full week. It tastes nice & doesn't taste very salty. For a wholemeal bread it isn't very bitty either which I sometimes find that type of bread ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/06/09 (Very useful, 36 readings)
I bought this bread last week after the doctor told me I would really benefit from having more wholemeal in my diet. I'm not a big bread eater so I thought this pack was ideal as the bread is guaranteed to stay fresh for 7 days. I bought this from my local tesco at 75p for an 800g loaf which isn't too bad as for the branded bread you can expect to pay around £1.10. I am not a big fan of wholemeal bread at all, I have never enjoyed it and have always purchased white bread, and more recently the best of both variety. Therefore, I wasn't expecting much when I tucked into my sandwich the other day. I've always thought wholemeal bread tastes of cardboard but ... Read the complete review
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