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True Loaf 49 out now

The first issue of the Real Bread Campaign magazine for 2022

Leo Kay, The Bakery of Slow Ideas. Credit: © Valentine Manz

Leo Kay, The Bakery of Slow Ideas. Credit: © Valentine Manz

Features in this issue include:

  • Zakiya Andrews and Nzinga Foster-Brown, the sister duo behind Blackbirds’ Micro Bakery in Birmingham
  • A profile of Campaign ambassador Peter Doughty Cook
  • Crumbs Brewery owner Morgan Arnell on helping to highlight the issue of food surplus and saving thousands of loaves along the way
  • Farmer and ANUNA bakery owner Andrew Neagle reflecting on local grain trials in west Wales
  • The Bakery of Slow Ideas, Leo Kay's participatory social art practice and nomadic community bakery

The issue also has a Real Bread Buddies Day poster on the back cover.

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Published 5 Jan 2022

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