We are celebrating the annual Real Bread Week to support local and independent real bread bakeries, micro-bakeries and home bakers. Launched in 2009 by the Real Bread Campaign which is part of Sustain: The alliance for better food and farming – funded by membership fees, donations and charitable grants.
Coincidently it is running at the same week as Coeliac awareness week. Please click here for more information.
The aim of the Real Bread Week is to encourage more people to bake additive-free loaves at home and to educate children how easy it can be to bake bread at home or in a cookery class at school. It is not just fun for them but also to make young children aware of the artificial additives which are in industrial loaves. Once they have made a real bread made from wholemeal flour with their own hands they will love the taste.
Here is the link to the Real Bread Campaign website where you can find so much information about their work, recipes, classes, events, buying ingredients and so so much more. And of course subscribe to be a member supporting their cause and receive some discounts in return.