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Why do the prices of sourdough loaves vary so much?

Why does a sourdough loaf cost £3-4 in a bakery but half as much at the supermarket? Our research shows they’re not necessarily the same thing. Traditional sourdough contains only four ingredients: flour, water, salt and what’s known as a starter culture. Find out what we spotted in some supermarket loaves.

The truth about wholemeal bread

Scan the ingredients of your wholewheat pasta and you’ll only see wholewheat flour. Do the same for your wholemeal bread and there are sometimes up to four flours listed. That’s...

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