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Sainsbury's Instore Bakery Rolls - 3 packs for £1
Sainsbury's Instore Bakery Rolls - 3 packs for £1

Sainsbury's Instore Bakery Rolls - 3 packs for £1

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3 packs of rolls from the instore bakery at Sainsbury's for £1, or 65p each.

18 rolls (packs of 6, some packs of 4 for the bigger rolls)

Wholemeal, White, Cheese Topped, Crusty, Seeded, Burger Buns, finger rolls... all sorts!

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i stopped buying the rolls from our local as they are dry and nasty even on same day you buy them. could just be my local though

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Jimston;8399054

i stopped buying the rolls from our local as they are dry and nasty even … i stopped buying the rolls from our local as they are dry and nasty even on same day you buy them. could just be my local though



I think that must just be your local, and possibly other people's locals as well.
I have a few stores near me, and some stores do make nicer rolls and bread than the others, same with the doughnuts.

Jimston;8399054

i stopped buying the rolls from our local as they are dry and nasty even … i stopped buying the rolls from our local as they are dry and nasty even on same day you buy them. could just be my local though



Not just your local, I have found a lot of the instore rolls & bread at Sainsbury's to be awful. I stick to the prepackaged rolls (including their basics ones) as they are much better and baked elsewhere.

Jakejakejake;8399260

I think that must just be your local, and possibly other people's locals … I think that must just be your local, and possibly other people's locals as well. I have a few stores near me, and some stores do make nicer rolls and bread than the others, same with the doughnuts.


Depends on how big the store is, smaller stores will have bake from frozen bakery while bigger ones will have scratch bakery's in general these are better. But specific stores do differ.

I`ve yet to buy decent stored baked rolls yet at our local (well, once in a blue moon you get them). They are always dried out and stale. I`ve been meaning to complain for a while........but there`s alway Morrisons around the corner who consistently sell better store baked rolls (even out of date ones!!).This might be store specific ..i.e bakers crap at their job, ovens not correct etc.....

Merson316;8401647

Depends on how big the store is, smaller stores will have bake from … Depends on how big the store is, smaller stores will have bake from frozen bakery while bigger ones will have scratch bakery's in general these are better. But specific stores do differ.



I have a large store and the stuff they make from scratch is the awful stuff. I know they buy some stuff in such as some organic breads and these are nice. They did have nice hot cross buns, don't know how they can make nice hot cross buns but terrible rolls (if they did in fact make them).

Sainbury's consistently have the worst in store bakery, I simply don't buy anything that is baked on site. On many an occasion in the past I thought I'd give them the benefit of the doubt but regardless of which store (large, small, or location) it's the same.

I fail to understand how they have got away with it for so long !?!?

The best is when I see burnt bread on display, who in their right mind would buy a burnt loaf of bread? It was the Taste the Difference range as well and it was BLACK on top not just a bit dark.

My local is ok, not the best but nothing beats tiger bread from Morrisons. :w00t:

I've found the Sainsburys crusty rolls ok, but wasn't impressed with the hot cross buns.
They were a strange, almost grey colour inside!
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