Tesco Value bread Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Bread
Newest Review: ... For review purposes I've had a look online for the ingredients, I wanted to compare them to the more expensive loaves in ... more
by - written on 29/07/07 (Useful, 155 readings)
In my local tesco express the other day this was literally the only type of bread that they had on the shelves so I had little option to purchase it. In the end I wished I had not bothered as the only people who benefited were the local wildlife as it all ended up being thrown out for the birds across the front garden area. There was just a complete lack of taste to this white bread and the salt content was really high according to the ingredients label. It was very thinly sliced and while I say it had a total lack of taste I probably over stated my case as in fact it had a very dry texture and a bland floury flavour that was not very pleasant. I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/08/07 (Somewhat useful, 171 readings)
Although this bread is not particularly flavoursome, and is perhaps not ideal to eat raw - in a sandwich for instance - this bread still manages to serve quite well for eg toast. Despite its bland texture, once lightly warmed in the toaster, this bread is lifted somewhat and can be quite enjoyable. I like to have Marmite on my toast, although if you don't like Marmite, that's fine. You can have something else. Though Marmite is definitely ... Read the complete review
by daisylee3 - written on 28/06/12, updated on 28/06/12
While doing my weekly grocery shop in Tesco's yesterday, I decided to pick up a loaf of their value bread along with my usual loaf of hovis - mainly out of curiosity to be honest and I figured even if it tasted vile, at 47 pence per 800 gram loaf it wouldn't be a huge waste of money & at least the local ducks and swans would have full bellies! Tesco have the option of white or wholemeal bread, with the white version being thick sliced and the wholemeal being medium slice. I only eat wholemeal bread so picked up one of the wholemeal medium sliced loafs. The loaf of bread comes packaged in a clear wrapper/bag which is made of a thin plastic type material. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/07/11, updated on 18/07/11 (Very useful, 68 readings)
We started buying Tesco value bread a while ago to help the budget stretch further. My ideal bread is unsliced from a proper bakery, or even better home made. However these breads are bloody expensive now when you get through as much of the stuff as our household does. We do still buy higher 'quality' breads but mainly from supermarkets when they are on offer. Tesco's value bread is pretty much like most sliced breads, though I do admit a few of the pricier ones have a stronger flavour and more of a bite. This stuff (Tesco's) really is very basic it's quite doughy, while still being 'airy' is that even possible?... If you press your fingers ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/07/10 (Very useful, 49 readings)
A lot of people hate Value bread because it apparently tastes different and because it costs less it means it's worse than a normal branded bread like Hovis or Warburtons. Granted, Hovis and Warburtons use more quality products therefore making their bread quite expensive (£2 for some loaves, it's ridiculous!) but Value products use exactly the same ingredients just at a lower quality. I know I would compromise slightly better quality for over a quid in savings! Tesco's Value Bread looks like any normal loaf of bread, and it comes in a see-through packet so you can even see what you're getting. There's the option of thick or medium, I prefer medium just for ... Read the complete review
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