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New look True Loaf out now

The latest issue of the Real Bread Campaign supporters’ magazine has had a makeover but still includes the same mix of features, prize giveaway and even a free poster.

Nicolas Supiot © Michael Hanson

Nicolas Supiot © Michael Hanson

Launched in 2010, True Loaf aims to inspire, inform (and maybe even entertain) people in the Real Bread Campaign’s international supporter network, which currently stretches across 20 countries.

Each issue looks at subjects relevant to the Campaign’s work, and throws the spotlight on bakeries, bakers and other people involved in the rise of Real Bread.

Issue 37 for October-December 2018 includes features on:

  • A decade of Real Bread campaigning
  • Peasant baker Nicolas Supiot
  • Bread in Berlin
  • The charcoal bread trend
  • Progress towards an Honest Crust Act
  • The new Are Supermarket Bloomers (still) Pants? report

…plus a free poster and the chance to WIN the new The Nordic Baking Book and BREAD & BUTTER.

Real Bread Campaign supporters worldwide can download the PDF version of all issues and supporters in the UK also receive the print edition.

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Published 11 Oct 2018

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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