The original method of raising dough and, some people would argue, still the best.
Honest Crust Act
The Real Bread Campaign calls for improved loaf labelling and marketing laws in the UK.
Definition, examples and general information about the often undeclared additives known as 'processing aids'
Loaves that are part-baked, then either chilled or frozen, and re-baked in-store, are known as 'bake-off'.
Other than Real Bread, most baked products in Britain are made using a whole cocktail of additives
Just what does 'wholegrain' mean and what assurance does it give shoppers?
A look at the function of ascorbic acid in loaf manufacture and why is is not in the Campaign's definition of Real Bread
Stick one on 'em!
Current legislation in the EU (including UK) and elsewhere allows manufacturers to deem additives to be 'processing aids', meaning they don't have to declare their use (let alone their names) even on the labels of wrapped foods.
Artisan baker = packet mix user?
The Campaign's complaint about an advertisement claiming that ‘artisan bread’ can be made using a corner-cutting packet mix in lieu of time, skills and specialist knowledge.
Undeclared flour additive
Is there something your miller isn't telling you?
A look at the mandatory so-called 'fortification' of flour in the UK.
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.