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Kingsmill Soft White Bread Medium 800g at Iceland 50p

£0.50 @ Iceland
Delicious soft baked white bread perfect for sandwiches, toast and the lunchbox. Kingsmill soft white bread is low in sugar, fats and saturates. Read More
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9m, 3w agoFound 9 months, 3 weeks ago
Delicious soft baked white bread perfect for sandwiches, toast and the lunchbox. Kingsmill soft white bread is low in sugar, fats and saturates.
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9m, 3w agoFound 9 months, 3 weeks ago
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2 Likes #1
Sliced white bread perfect for sandwiches?
What will they think of next?!
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Who would buy 2 for £1.50 if it's £0.50 each
1 Like #3
I wonder if that price is correct, they are normally on offer £1.00 each or 2 for £1.5o
#4
anthony712
I wonder if that price is correct, they are normally on offer £1.00 each or 2 for £1.5o
Yes, says 13p per 100g = 104p
2 Likes #5
http://i.imgur.com/0PADLOI.png
#6
brejc8
http://i.imgur.com/0PADLOI.png
There are so many things about that price comparison graphic of the last 12day period that make me laugh and cry a little inside.
1 Like #7
grrrrrrrrrr I bought this yesterday was £1
4 Likes #8
low in sugar, fats and saturates

they forgot nutrients and fibre from their list
1 Like #9
Horrible false tasting junk, what adult or decent parent buys/eats white bread?
#10
Had a look last time these were on offer, all had a short best before date...
6 Likes #11
Shayno
Horrible false tasting junk, what adult or decent parent buys/eats white bread?


wow I didn't know white bread could get someone so annoyed. Seems people on here disagree with you, judging by the heat the op has been given.
#12
we ain't all parents REMEMBER ;)
1 Like #13
Shayno
Horrible false tasting junk, what adult or decent parent buys/eats white bread?
Stop being pedantic.
#14
white bread is a source of some vitamins and minerals as the flour is fortified.
before you say it, the same vitamins and minerals are added to brown bread as well
4 Likes #15
Shayno
Horrible false tasting junk, what adult or decent parent buys/eats white bread?


not everyone likes artisan organic quinoa sourdough at £8 a loaf.
1 Like #16
mikeey84
Shayno
Horrible false tasting junk, what adult or decent parent buys/eats white bread?


not everyone likes artisan organic quinoa sourdough at £8 a loaf.


You don't have to go out your way to eat healthy... Wholemeal or 50/50?
1 Like #17
Decent, but Tesco's Toastie bread for 50p (standard price) is awesome.
Good deal nonetheless.
1 Like #18
Shayno
Horrible false tasting junk, what adult or decent parent buys/eats white bread?
Condescending fool.
#19
Voted hot as good price, I personally don't like Kingsmill bread but if looking for a gamechanger, Jackson's Bloomer bread white loaf is the dog's nuts. (Morrisons and Waitrose sell it). Up north where I'd still call home (I'm in Hampshire now) my favourite was Roberts, and I'll still always come home with a loaf if I'm up visiting family. :)
#20
alexandrafaith
Voted hot as good price, I personally don't like Kingsmill bread but if looking for a gamechanger, Jackson's Bloomer bread white loaf is the dog's nuts. (Morrisons and Waitrose sell it). Up north where I'd still call home (I'm in Hampshire now) my favourite was Roberts, and I'll still always come home with a loaf if I'm up visiting family. :)
you can take the girl from the North but you can't take the North from the girl
#21
Shayno
mikeey84
Shayno
Horrible false tasting junk, what adult or decent parent buys/eats white bread?


not everyone likes artisan organic quinoa sourdough at £8 a loaf.


You don't have to go out your way to eat healthy... Wholemeal or 50/50?


you talk about white bread tasting false, and suggest 50/50 as an alternative? how does that taste any different? (admission I eat 50/50)
#22
Shayno
Horrible false tasting junk, what adult or decent parent buys/eats white bread?

How exactly is it "false"?

The difference in taste is largely down to the the flour, fresh bread made with white flour tastes a lot closer to white sliced than wholemeal sliced.
#23
What about the poor wheat farmers and bakers? How much are they getting paid to supply this?
#24
soldierboy001
What about the poor wheat farmers and bakers? How much are they getting paid to supply this?


I'm sure Kingsmill are doing ok out of it. they are not market leader so need to price competitively. wheat gets brought on futures markets like oil or gas so the farmer has already been paid. a portion of the wheat will have come from Canada so given the current exchange rate bread will rise in price shortly!
#25
mikeey84
soldierboy001
What about the poor wheat farmers and bakers? How much are they getting paid to supply this?
I'm sure Kingsmill are doing ok out of it. they are not market leader so need to price competitively. wheat gets brought on futures markets like oil or gas so the farmer has already been paid. a portion of the wheat will have come from Canada so given the current exchange rate bread will rise in price shortly!



Can't you tell a sarcastic humorous comment when you see one. DUH.
1 Like #26
soldierboy001
mikeey84
soldierboy001
What about the poor wheat farmers and bakers? How much are they getting paid to supply this?
I'm sure Kingsmill are doing ok out of it. they are not market leader so need to price competitively. wheat gets brought on futures markets like oil or gas so the farmer has already been paid. a portion of the wheat will have come from Canada so given the current exchange rate bread will rise in price shortly!



Can't you tell a sarcastic humorous comment when you see one. DUH.


well the way retailers treat suppliers in this country and the way dairy farmers are struggling it could have been a serious point. duh.

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