Real Bread all mapped out

The Real Bread Campaign has launched a new, interactive map to help people find Real Bread, baking classes, equipment and flour from independent mills.

Photo: Public domain

Photo: Public domain

The new Real Bread Map is part of a total rebuild of the Real Bread Campaign website, given a user-friendly update to take the Campaign into its second decade.

The map now gives people the chance to show some love for their favourites, while bakeries can add photos to their virtual shopfront.

Real Bread Campaign coordinator Chris Young said: “For people wanting additive-free loaves, or looking to bake their own, this is the place to start. It’s also an important part of our work championing small, independent bakeries.”

Business owners can create and update listings at www.realbreadcampaign.org

The relaunched Real Bread Campaign website now also includes:

  • An improved events calendar
  • Features from True Loaf magazine, plus online exclusives
  • Blogs posts by the Campaign coordinator and guest writers
  • News from the Campaign trail and related stories
  • A dashboard for each Real Bread Campaign supporter, bringing together access to discount codes and other exclusive content

People can find all of this and more, including how to join the Campaign at www.realbreadcampaign.org


31/10/2018
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