Enjoy a year’s free bread from fresh-range.com for Real Bread Week

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Online local food store fresh-range.com is on a mission to bring real food into homes in Bristol and Bath. And to help to do so, in support of #RealBreadWeek from 24 February to 4 March 2018, they are encouraging people to switch from supermarket loaves to Real Bread by offering new customers a free, large, locally-baked loaf with every order for a whole year.

The Real Bread on the fresh-range.com online store comes from award-winning local bakeries Hobbs House Bakery and Mark’s Bread  Each loaf is freshly baked on the morning of delivery, and the range includes sourdough, wholemeal, white, seeded, rye and spelt.

fresh-range.com founder and CEO Rich Osborn says, “Bread has sometimes had a bad press in the last few years, but I think that’s predominantly down to mass-produced, additive-laden supermarket loaves designed for shelf life that leave you feeling bloated and underwhelmed. Our customers revel in hand-made, Real Bread locally produced with a few simple quality ingredients, and freshly-baked on the morning of delivery.

“I feel so passionately about it that I would like to offer any new customers registering to shop with fresh-range.com before the end of Real Bread Week on 4 March a free loaf of locally-baked Real Bread with every order for a whole year.

“My aspiration is that they will want to make over-processed supermarket loaves a thing of the past and realise how much their local independent bakeries have to offer.”

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Anna Herbert, from Chipping Sodbury’s Hobbs House Bakery, whose sourdough is 63 years old this year, says, “We believe everyone has the right to Real Bread. It is great to be working alongside fresh-range.com to get more people eating better bread”.

Mark Newman of Mark’s Bread in Southville, Bristol says, “As an award-winning local bakery and café, specialising in simple, good-value produce, Mark’s Bread is pleased to be supporting fresh-range.com and the Real Bread Campaign in promoting freshly-baked bread made with the very best local ingredients.”

Real Bread Week is run by the Real Bread Campaign, part of the food and farming charity Sustain. Real Bread Campaign coordinator Chris Young says: “We are delighted that fresh-range is helping more people have the chance to enjoy Real Bread and teaming up with Campaign supporters Hobbs House Bakery and Mark’s Bread to support Real Bread Week.”

To find out more and enjoy your free loaves, visit register.fresh-range.com before 4 March 2018.

 

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