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Thank you for your existing orders, we're very sorry but some of these are taking longer than the 14 days we anticipated to deliver, please allow up to 21 working days.
During this time, we're unable to respond to individual enquiries regarding shipping or tracking. If you decide to cancel your order, refunds may take time to be processed.
There is an unprecedented demand for home baking flour across the UK and our team are working hard during this challenging time to mill and pack more flour.
We are sorry to cause any inconvenience and thank you for your support.


I have baked too much bread, but don’t want to waste the leftovers – what can I do?

Why not try a bread and butter pudding – we have a Blueberry Bread and Butter pudding in our recipe section. Or you could whizz up a leftover loaf into breadcrumbs and then freeze them – you can use these for coating meat or stuffing vegetables at a later stage. Chopped up bread can be used as croutons for soup or within Panzella (Italian Bread salad).

What is the best way to keep my bread fresh?

When storing bread, ensure that it is well wrapped (but not too tightly) before placing in a bread bin so that it can ‘breathe’. Avoid putting bread in the fridge as this will make it quickly go stale.