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Spring 2019 True Loaf magazine

Issue 39 of the Real Bread Campaign supporters’ magazine is out on 9 April 2019.

Making panettone, baking a difference © San Patrignano

Making panettone, baking a difference © San Patrignano

The April - June 2019 issue includes…

Proof Bakery founder Chernise Neo on her Coventry-based social enterprise that is creating great jobs for refugees by baking great bread

UK San Patrignano Association founder Danny McCubbin on the Italian community that helps people recover from substance abuse and dependency, which includes offering training in its own bakery

Michael Garnett and Cathrin Walczyk on Studio MICAT’s Brawn & Bread, a human-powered wood-fired bakery / gym

Trisha Telep on the history, and current state, of Real Bread in Mexico

Mockmills Paul Lebeau on the growing interest in small-scale milling and baking with freshly-milled flour

An introduction to the 21 new Real Bread Campaign ambassadors.

Photos from this year’s Real Bread Week, including #WeAreRealBread, our new celebration of the many, varied faces behind the rise of Real Bread.

Get yours

A copy of the magazine will be posted to all Campaign supporters in the UK on 9 April, while supporters in more than 20 countries worldwide can login to download a PDF of it (and all back issues) from the Campaign website.

Want to read it but not currently a Real Bread Campaign supporter? Read more about why and how to JOIN TODAY!

Published 1 Apr 2019

Real Bread Campaign: The Real Bread Campaign finds and shares ways to make bread better for us, better for our communities and better for the planet. Whether your interest is local food, community-focussed small enterprises, honest labelling, therapeutic baking, or simply tasty toast, everyone is invited to become a Campaign supporter.

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