Jackson's Yorkshire's Champion Bloomer Bread 800g £1.25  @Waitrose
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Jackson's Yorkshire's Champion Bloomer Bread 800g £1.25 @Waitrose

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Found 15th May
As a huge bread fan, Jackson's is the best bread I've tasted. Many people travel miles to visit there nearest Waitrose store to pick up a loaf....It's that good!

Reviews are excellent!

Huge slices, lasts well over the expiry date and full of taste.

In fact Jackson's bread is so popular, they stopped supplying most Morrisons stores/online because they couldn't keep up with the demand, not to worry they are ready to open up a second bread factory in Hull very soon!

Not only this supporting employment in Hull is so important for local jobs.

Available in white, brown and seeded.


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Jackson’s Yorkshire’s Champion is our way of honouring our roots with bread that’s bursting with honest Yorkshire goodness. Soft and tasty white sliced bloomer bread with a traditional sourdough taste. Ideal for the perfect sandwich or lovely buttered toast! Suitable for vegetariansSuitable for vegetarians. Our bread is lovingly baked in Yorkshire with flour that's milled in Yorkshire, making this loaf bursting with Yorkshire goodness! Our soft and tasty white sliced bloomer with a traditional sourdough taste. Ideal for the perfect sandwich or lovely buttered toast.
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Totally agree.....best bread by far!!....worth the extra money. Never buy any other.
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Totally agree.....best bread by far!!....worth the extra money. Never buy any other.
gren0515/05/2019 18:38

Totally agree.....best bread by far!!....worth the extra money. Never buy …Totally agree.....best bread by far!!....worth the extra money. Never buy any other.


I am with you on that
Edited by: "netsurfer" 15th May
No other sliced bread compares.
I'll have to try this, some bread doing the rounds at the moment is disgusting.
This is the best bread I've tasted.
The white seeded Jackson’s bread is really good
Shame I am allergic to Yorkshire
morrisons used to sell it, sadly no longer, best bread by far.
I love Jackson's. i agree the seeded one is the best. yum!
Unfortunately I don't like it. Loadsa commercial yeast - can sometimes smell sourness (not in a good way). No taste, but that's true of all standard loaves made using the chorleywood breadmaking process.

I've made bread by hand at home and dabbled in sourdough and most high street breads are nothing like homemade. Don't want to know what they've put in it them to keep them that soft and full of air.

Heat for the price though. My dad loves this loaf as it's only one soft enough for him to chew.
Edited by: "123sonny123" 16th May
Best thing since sliced bread!
I personally prefer Bertinet sourdough bread and you can get them as a loaf. Granted they are not cheap but last ages and tastes amazing and the biggest loaf they do weighs in a 1kg. Tactically I always go in at 5/6pm and they usually discount them when they are by their best before date
Totally agree best pre-pack bread ever.
Lovely wee loaf thon one op
martinto816/05/2019 10:30

I personally prefer Bertinet sourdough bread and you can get them as a …I personally prefer Bertinet sourdough bread and you can get them as a loaf. Granted they are not cheap but last ages and tastes amazing and the biggest loaf they do weighs in a 1kg. Tactically I always go in at 5/6pm and they usually discount them when they are by their best before date


I think they are ok. Will try more of the range. The Waitrose own brand sourdough loaves - I think they do 2 types - are very good and are the closest thing to homemade I have found.

Vogel's is very nice too for a 'standard' loaf. They do a few varieties but the seeded one is delicious (use to be in bright blue packaging).

Bread, milk, fruit and veg I am anoyingly picky about.
Edited by: "123sonny123" 16th May
Excellent bread one of the only non soya breads which does make the diffe
tried it - looks great, nothing special
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