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Rathbones Bread - 50p @ Morrisons
Rathbones Bread - 50p @ Morrisons

Rathbones Bread - 50p @ Morrisons

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50p for a loaf of bread at morrisons

Not sure how long this deal will be on for.

They had brown bread and white toastie, not sure if there were any others in the sale.

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Original Poster Banned

I've never seen bread this cheap, might stock up for the year and save myself a few quid.

Its been on offer over a month, we got 8 loaves for the freezer

Its good quality bread

Farmfoods 2 Hovis for a £1

not very good bread, falls apart when u butter it.

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webby443

not very good bread, falls apart when u butter it.



Doesn't that mean it's nicer then?

hotdealsuk

I've never seen bread this cheap, might stock up for the year and save … I've never seen bread this cheap, might stock up for the year and save myself a few quid.



Tiger bread currently 50p per loaf at Tesco.

this is lovely bread, better than hovis, been on offer 4 ages as well

All down to personal taste of course, but I wasn't impressed when i tried it. Thought Morrisons own brand far better.

PhilK

All down to personal taste of course, but I wasn't impressed when i tried … All down to personal taste of course, but I wasn't impressed when i tried it. Thought Morrisons own brand far better.



Rathbones is Morrisons own brand , they own the bakery

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deanos

Rathbones is Morrisons own brand , they own the bakery



Not voting cold but personally pefer the Stephenson's loaves they often sell around this price point

morrisons used to sell scottish plain bread what happened to that?

Shine600

Not voting cold but personally pefer the Stephenson's loaves they often … Not voting cold but personally pefer the Stephenson's loaves they often sell around this price point



Stephensons is the same as rathbones - both Morrisons brands out the same shed!

Rathbones bread is really nice (possibly not good for you, but not any worse than other supermarkets). Because they have this on offer almost all the time for the last few weeks, the bread is always sooooo fresh and soft. Bought a Sainsbury's own brand bread a week ago - big mistake.

Usually, I either buy Warburtons if I am buying premium, but if I am buying cheap, nothing beats Rathbones. I am one of these people that like the bread really soft, so only Rathbones and Warburtons really does it for me.

I don't like Rathbones only tried 2 loaves, seemed to dry out very quickly

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Geemac

I don't like Rathbones only tried 2 loaves, seemed to dry out very quickly



Keep them in the wrapper and invest in a bread bin, if that don't work, then try watering them, although they do go a little soggy, but at least it keeps them moist.

You work at that bakery then?

ianshona

Stephensons is the same as rathbones - both Morrisons brands out the same … Stephensons is the same as rathbones - both Morrisons brands out the same shed!

hotdealsuk

Keep them in the wrapper and invest in a bread bin, if that don't work, … Keep them in the wrapper and invest in a bread bin, if that don't work, then try watering them, although they do go a little soggy, but at least it keeps them moist.



Thanks, Think I'll stick with Hovis while it's 2 for a £1 in Farmfoods

All the white bread is the same just in different bags. (stephensons, morrisons, rathbones, even value used be the same but they've changed that now its cheaper but better for you with half the salt and fat in it) soft wholemeal, rathbones brown, stephensons wholemeal all the same again but morrisons thick brown is different. all over bread products from morrisons like stoneground wholemeal, sunflower and pumnpkin, malt, white/wholemeal danish and superlife are all different recipes. This is because it keeps the offer image fresh, you will never see rathbones and stephensons on offer or even on the shelfs at the same time. Its not bad bread for its price, hovis is a flour not a bakery anyone makes it and i mean anyone they just need the licence and approvel from hovis which just means using their flour.
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