The Real Bread Campaign is calling for a change in law to help people understand that not all loaves are created equal, enabling them to make better informed choices about the food they buy.
The original method of raising dough and, some people would argue, still the best.
The Real Bread Campaign calls for improved loaf labelling and marketing laws in the UK.
Definition, examples and general information about processing aids
Loaves that are part-baked, then either chilled or frozen, and re-baked in-store, are known as...
Most loaves 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...
A look at the mandatory so-called 'fortification' of flour in the UK.