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Morrisons White Split Tin Loaf 800g 60p Instore

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5y, 7m agoFound 5 years, 7 months ago
Morrisons loaf , out of all the supermarket loafs our family love this one the best. Normally £1.20. So good deal IMO.

Go easy 1st deal not sure if done everything correct?

Have checked can only see a deal on Asda bread so hopefully not a duplicate. In my local morrisons looks like a nationwide deal although not certain.large sign up near the loaves.
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1 Like #1
dont forget their yummy french sticks are 35p also
#2
Yes had a few of those other day lovely with a BLT and a glass of wine! mmmm
#3
Great for all you people with no money!
1 Like #4
ryshaz
Great for all you people with no money!


this coming from someone who recommends shopping at the 99p shop

oh the irony ... X)
#5
Great if you don't have a proper baker nearby.
2 Likes #6
snapdragon
Great if you don't have a proper baker nearby.


I worked in a Morrisons bakery for 4 years and can assure you these are made instore, in batches, mixing all base ingredients (flour, yeast etc), using identical equipment that a bakers would and all morrisons use fully trained bakers.

IMHO Morrisons bread is considerably nicer than many other supermarket bread.
1 Like #7
Word of warning tho, don't buy the ones already sliced as they are a day older,common supermarket practice.buy the unsliced version and ask bakery to slice it for you
#8
pidgeofcdf
Word of warning tho, don't buy the ones already sliced as they are a day older,common supermarket practice.buy the unsliced version and ask bakery to slice it for you


Nearly always yes. If they know they have an offer they may slice some during the day to save them being bothered constantly. Warm/just baked bread slices dreadfully it just chews up in the machine.
banned#9
bargain!
#10
pidgeofcdf
Word of warning tho, don't buy the ones already sliced as they are a day older,common supermarket practice.buy the unsliced version and ask bakery to slice it for you

Having worked in a supermarket bakery, I can confirm that people wanting bread sliced are a bloody menace, learn to do it yourself, its not hard & it's surely part of the joy of fresh bread.

Good deal though, Morrisons bread keeps well also!
banned#11
Nice one Mirado, customer service probably isn't your strong point. oO
#12
Bargain.

If I may be a pedant ... it's unnecessary to say 800g loaf. A loaf is800g. A loaf was originally a measurement of weight. If it's not 800g, then technically it's not a loaf. Not a lot of people know that ... as can soon be discovered if you search the internet.
#13
Mirado
pidgeofcdf
Word of warning tho, don't buy the ones already sliced as they are a day older,common supermarket practice.buy the unsliced version and ask bakery to slice it for you


Having worked in a supermarket bakery, I can confirm that people wanting bread sliced are a bloody menace, learn to do it yourself, its not hard & it's surely part of the joy of fresh bread.

Good deal though, Morrisons bread keeps well also!


It can be annoying but it is part of the job. I explain to the customers that we have only one setting on the slicer which is a thin-medium - a lot of them no longer want it sliced then hah. You can't beat thick crusty bread.

MichaelPlace
pidgeofcdf
Word of warning tho, don't buy the ones already sliced as they are a day older,common supermarket practice.buy the unsliced version and ask bakery to slice it for you


Nearly always yes. If they know they have an offer they may slice some during the day to save them being bothered constantly. Warm/just baked bread slices dreadfully it just chews up in the machine.


On the odd occassion where I'm bot that busy I've started to slice bread the same day it is made but normally most sliced bread is from the previous day (unless requested at the bakery).

Also, so many customers ask for bread to be sliced when it is still hot. The slicer does indeed chew it too pieces.

shieldsy
Bargain.

If I may be a pedant ... it's unnecessary to say 800g loaf. A loaf is800g. A loaf was originally a measurement of weight. If it's not 800g, then technically it's not a loaf. Not a lot of people know that ... as can soon be discovered if you search the internet.


Seeing as these have to be over 810grams when cold to pass the legal requirements then it might not be an actual load :p
#14
aScottishBloke
Nice one Mirado, customer service probably isn't your strong point. oO

Who on earth made you a moderator? Your comments are very rude!
#15
Best cut nice and thick so it jams in the toaster ........... :p
banned#16
ianshona
aScottishBloke
Nice one Mirado, customer service probably isn't your strong point. oO

Who on earth made you a moderator? Your comments are very rude!


I didn't think it was rude at all, merely a suggestion that customers are seen as a pain for wanting their bread sliced had to be replied to.

Take myself for example, every time I've attempted to slice a decent sized loaf. I end up with uneven slices, that for some reason end up no bigger than the size of a jacobs cream cracker. Perhaps I need new knives, but I'd only end up with less than 10 full fingers.

I wouldn't have thought that asking for sliced bread should be viewed as being a menace ?


Edited By: aScottishBloke on Apr 28, 2011 22:59
#17
aScottishBloke

Cant see anything wrong with your comment, I thought it was funny and succinct!!....I do like Morrisons bread and their crossaints are yummy...

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