Warburtons Medium White Sliced Bread Reviews
Product Type: Warburtons Snacks
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by - written on 06/08/11, updated on 10/02/12 (Very useful, 84 readings)
Seeded, wholemeal and granary breads are all well and good and obviously more healthy but there is the odd occasion when I crave a slice or two of white sliced bread! Today was one of those occasions, so I sent my son out to the corner shop (where you typically pay over the odds!) and he returned with a loaf of Warburtons medium white sliced bread. It cost £1.38 which I didn't think was too extortionate. Tesco normally sell the same loaf for £1.35 although it is on special offer at the moment at a cost of £1.00 (until 07/08/11). The packaging no longer resembles the picture above. Warburtons have given it a more modern design. It remains blue in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/12/10 (Very useful, 34 readings)
I have never really been to fussed about bread and where it came from a loaf was a loaf to me and a Tesco Value loaf was simply delicious when we used to have it at work. My partner however used to go on an on about Warburton bread or 'Warbo' as it is known in our house and so when we moved in together the bread of choice had be Warburton else he simply refuses to eat it. The loaf tells me 'The ingredients that make this loaf special are - over 130 years of tradition, five generations of heritage, tonnes of quality and a touch of Warburton's magic' does not really say its down to the way its baked or the mix of ingreidients as you would think. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/02/10 (Very useful, 66 readings)
I usually buy own-brand bread from the Supermarket. However, having run out of bread I asked my other half to pick some up on his way home for an 'Eggy Bread' breakfast the next morning. The local shop he went to had only a small 400g Warburtons medium sliced loaf left which he duly purchased for 80p. When I was a child this was the only bread we had other than, on the rare occasion, the slightly heftier thick sliced Toastie loaf. The bread is in a blue packaging with white and red on also. The pack displays all ingredients and nutrition information. This bread can also be frozen - though it didn't last long enough in our house for this. As we have been used ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/10 (Very useful, 22 readings)
These is normally 2 types of Bread we always buy. It is either Mothers Pride the Plain stuff which the wife hates, or this Warburton's which the wife says is her favourite Bread. Since I like this one as well, and since we often don't need the 2 Loafs of Bread in the house for waste purposes then this normally is the winner in the Supermarket. Priced at about £1.30 thesedays for a 800g Loaf. Where has all the prices came from over the last while? I used to think £1 was expensive for a Loaf of bread. The pack stands out well enough on the Bread shelf as it is blue and white in colour. Have never counted how many slices you get in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/10/09 (Very useful, 73 readings)
If I had a bigger budget then this would always be my bread of choice but sometimes I have to stick to cheaper products or just whatever is in the cupboard wherever I happen to be staying! This bread is provided in a thick paper style bag that is folded around the bread as if it's a wrapped up present and it's more unique than other loaves of bread and providing you are careful when opening the bag it can easily be resealed and your bread will stay fresher for longer. I find that this stays soft for a good few days on average after purchasing and I normally freeze some when I get it so that I have a nice loaf in the freezer for toast at all times as well as ... Read the complete review
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