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Are these made by the same people who make Iceland's bread? The packaging looks very similar
OnTheHUKD17/07/2019 21:38

Are these made by the same people who make Iceland's bread? The packaging …Are these made by the same people who make Iceland's bread? The packaging looks very similar


I thought the same, it is likely the same manufacturer but to different standard. I have with me the Iceland and Aldi Tiger bloomer and they look the same packaged but nutrition values differ slightly.
Free greengrocer's apostrophe included.
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old_mikefield17/07/2019 22:09

Free greengrocer's apostrophe included.



Surely that should be Greengrocers'? ;-)
I love this bread! Great value.
Love it too and the Iceland one.....so much nicer then the bakery bread from the likes of Tesco, Asda, Sainsburys and Morrisons......
sxxychocolate17/07/2019 22:30

Love it too and the Iceland one.....so much nicer then the bakery bread …Love it too and the Iceland one.....so much nicer then the bakery bread from the likes of Tesco, Asda, Sainsburys and Morrisons......



Morrisons bakery bread and rolls are much nicer
deleted36172617/07/2019 22:14

Surely that should be Greengrocers'? ;-)


Are you unfamiliar with the term?
Tiger Bloomer is still 99p, just so you guys know~
But... What award has it won?
Contains palm oil yack from me
jayok17/07/2019 22:31

Morrisons bakery bread and rolls are much nicer


Nah....by the way, I only refer to bread, not baps....
Just wait till bread goes on reduced at the end of the day. I’ve never payed full price for bread and I eat a lot of bread
This is rank low quality stuff in my opinion
Best bread
PICNIC17/07/2019 23:23

This is rank low quality stuff in my opinion


Probably why you've never tried it then Ever been in an Aldi or do you know it's awful already?

What do you prefer and how much does it cost?
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sxxychocolate17/07/2019 22:30

Love it too and the Iceland one.....so much nicer then the bakery bread …Love it too and the Iceland one.....so much nicer then the bakery bread from the likes of Tesco, Asda, Sainsburys and Morrisons......


I was going to mention the Iceland bread too.You have to try Sainsburys well fired loaf,can only get about 10 slices cut from it when doing it yourself,But wow bread and jam never tasted so good ( must be finished by the next day ).Which reminds me i bought 1 last week when she was on nights and a sent a photo saying "look what fell in my basket ".That was the only time she saw it.Tesco fresh bread is the worst i think but a silver lining is One Stop ( Tesco owned ) there bread is fresh everyday at our shop and the Warburtons Toastie is spot on, i always go for the longest date when buying.
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old_mikefield17/07/2019 22:36

Are you unfamiliar with the term?



Indeed, I am familiar; I was pulling your leg, metaphorically.

I was teasing by ironically suggesting the plural related to Greengrocer, and would therefore be applied after the "S" but I'm fully aware that conventionally, and when applied to the singular greengrocer, the apostrophe is not only superfluous but just wrong! (hence the "winky emoji")
deleted36172618/07/2019 00:39

Indeed, I am familiar; I was pulling your leg, metaphorically.I was …Indeed, I am familiar; I was pulling your leg, metaphorically.I was teasing by ironically suggesting the plural related to Greengrocer, and would therefore be applied after the "S" but I'm fully aware that conventionally, and when applied to the singular greengrocer, the apostrophe is not only superfluous but just wrong! (hence the "winky emoji")



Sorry, but it is difficult to take someone with the username "ukhotdeals1" seriously.
I love big bloomers
heat added,I agreethis is great bread.Me an hubby love this bread stopped buying it from aldi when price went up ,and went to iceland instead (2 for £1.80),this tastes lovely particularly like the seeded toasted with eggs,keeps really well .We dont use a lot of bread and when buying 2 loaves its still ok nearly 2 weeks later.Had the bloomer last night toasted and it had been bought on the 5th July.
The malted one is very nice, price seems to vary though between stores - 99p or £1.09, haven’t seen it for 89p
mrtea196718/07/2019 00:33

I was going to mention the Iceland bread too.You have to try Sainsburys …I was going to mention the Iceland bread too.You have to try Sainsburys well fired loaf,can only get about 10 slices cut from it when doing it yourself,But wow bread and jam never tasted so good ( must be finished by the next day ).Which reminds me i bought 1 last week when she was on nights and a sent a photo saying "look what fell in my basket ".That was the only time she saw it.Tesco fresh bread is the worst i think but a silver lining is One Stop ( Tesco owned ) there bread is fresh everyday at our shop and the Warburtons Toastie is spot on, i always go for the longest date when buying.


Loved the high bake but Sainsbury's great Yarmouth don't do it,
Oh, make sure y'all get the thick sliced loaf
Award-winning? Always found these cheap and not particularly tasty
OnTheHUKD17/07/2019 21:38

Are these made by the same people who make Iceland's bread? The packaging …Are these made by the same people who make Iceland's bread? The packaging looks very similar


These are made by Geary’s Craft Bakers (Leicestershire).
Similar to the Iceland offering - both very good, and nothing like the standard sliced pap so widely available at not a lot less.

Lidl, however, only sells the sliced pap - they sell no decent bread at all, apart, perhaps, from the pricey baked instore stuff.
Bloomin hell
Please remove the apostrophe from the product description.
Honey one is amazing
Blooming 89p
This isn’t the same manufacturer as Iceland.
I know because I supply them!
"Malted, White and Seeded reduced to 89p."

Reduced from what price(s) originally?
I adore the granary version and think it is one of the best breads out there. I can eat it on its own, toasted and smothered with butter-does not help the waistline caloriewise but so good!! Homemade blackcurrant jam goes very nicely as well with it.
I don't like this bread at all
Love this bread, wish they did the wholemeal one in the large size rather than the half size which is thinly sliced
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