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Warburtons Mighty White Medium or Thick Bread 800g HALF PRICE only 50p from 1st Jan @ Iceland
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Warburtons Mighty White Medium or Thick Bread 800g HALF PRICE only 50p from 1st Jan @ Iceland

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Not seen that one before
2tigger21 m ago

Not seen that one before


Icelands had it before on weekly deal will be getting some
"No bits"? How is it Mighty White then?
2tigger25 m ago

Not seen that one before


Best bread for toast.oh I’m in the mood for beans on toast.be right back....
Mmm. Haven't had bleached bread in a few years. Good price.
m5rcc31/12/2018 17:46

"No bits"? How is it Mighty White then?


doesn't beat the mighty white we had in the late 80s with bits in. 👌👌👌
m5rcc31 m ago

"No bits"? How is it Mighty White then?


the packet i used to remember
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johnmyers19847 m ago

doesn't beat the mighty white we had in the late 80s with bits in. …doesn't beat the mighty white we had in the late 80s with bits in. 👌👌👌


That's my point. This is not Mighty White!
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Great price. Is it new - haven’t seen it before.
johnmyers198431/12/2018 18:16

doesn't beat the mighty white we had in the late 80s with bits in. …doesn't beat the mighty white we had in the late 80s with bits in. 👌👌👌


I loved that
Not the original Mighty white incase anyone’s wondering.... made that mistake last month, made a trip especially thinking it was the old Mighty white and they’d brought it back
Edited by: "xx_dyer_xx" 1st Jan 2019
DealJourno31/12/2018 18:10

Mmm. Haven't had bleached bread in a few years. Good price.


Bleached flour has been illegal in the UK for quite a few years.

They use a number of other ways of getting it white, none of them harmful or using additives
It's Warburtons half and half just re packaged for Iceland.
Champion was the one .... anyone remember it...?
Iceland open tomorrow then talk about looking after your staff
It should be the price as permanent to be honest for a bread minus braaaaaannd.
Tory supporters.
COLD FROM ME.
mikeey8431/12/2018 23:02

Bleached flour has been illegal in the UK for quite a few years.They use a …Bleached flour has been illegal in the UK for quite a few years.They use a number of other ways of getting it white, none of them harmful or using additives


I bake my own bread from scratch which is easy to do.

I got back the time no one seems to have to do this by looking at my phone less.

My bread contains 100% natural ingredients and is fresher than this bread could ever be.

Bleaching in flour might have been banned. But bleached chicken is on it's way to the delicious UK menu.
DealJourno14 m ago

I bake my own bread from scratch which is easy to do.I got back the time …I bake my own bread from scratch which is easy to do.I got back the time no one seems to have to do this by looking at my phone less.My bread contains 100% natural ingredients and is fresher than this bread could ever be.Bleaching in flour might have been banned. But bleached chicken is on it's way to the delicious UK menu.


I don't doubt any of that, although chlorinated chicken is unlikely to be accepted by the uk, despite the horror stories in the press.

I too bake my own bread, and it doesn't take that much time
Iceland Batley closed today if anyone is thinking of going
just went a got one before i saw this, my local store has it at full price.
Edited by: "vis_7" 1st Jan 2019
DealJourno01/01/2019 10:19

I bake my own bread from scratch which is easy to do.I got back the time …I bake my own bread from scratch which is easy to do.I got back the time no one seems to have to do this by looking at my phone less.My bread contains 100% natural ingredients and is fresher than this bread could ever be.Bleaching in flour might have been banned. But bleached chicken is on it's way to the delicious UK menu.


Shop bread is fortified. Not an issue if you have a good diet but bearing in mind 70% of the UK population don't have 5 portions of fruit and veg a day they probably need everything they can get.
TipsyNurse01/01/2019 15:02

Shop bread is fortified. Not an issue if you have a good diet but bearing …Shop bread is fortified. Not an issue if you have a good diet but bearing in mind 70% of the UK population don't have 5 portions of fruit and veg a day they probably need everything they can get.


Fortified. One of the biggest cons in the food industry. They put significantly less in than they destroy from.the raw ingredients. Just watch Cooked, the episode on air about bread on Netflix.

Mass produced food is mass produced rubbish.
johnmyers198421 h, 5 m ago

doesn't beat the mighty white we had in the late 80s with bits in. …doesn't beat the mighty white we had in the late 80s with bits in. 👌👌👌



With "bits" in? Bits of what?
m5rcc21 h, 53 m ago

"No bits"? How is it Mighty White then?



I thought that "bits" were from Yorkshire fish & chip shops ?

The scraps of left over batter, served for free ?

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Edited by: "Green_Genie" 1st Jan 2019
jjokers31/12/2018 23:03

It's Warburtons half and half just re packaged for Iceland.



Everything's repackaged these days...Rowan Hill @ Lidl is rebranded Kingsmill.
Green_Genie01/01/2019 15:42

You weren't born in the 80's !

You got me...I was born in the 70s!
Had this when on offer last time. Not impressed!
foxykelli01/01/2019 15:55

You got me...I was born in the 70s!



If that's the case then, you're avatar pic was taken in the early 90's, or you've spent a lottery win on plastic surgery !
Green_Genie5 m ago

If that's the case then, you're avatar pic was taken in the early 90's, or …If that's the case then, you're avatar pic was taken in the early 90's, or you've spent a lottery win on plastic surgery !


Pic is a 3 years old....no plastic surgery just a flukey selfie! Any closer and you'd see the crows feet for sure LOL. But thanks for making me smile today....Happy New Year!
Green_Genie01/01/2019 15:44

Everything's repackaged these days...Rowan Hill @ Lidl is rebranded …Everything's repackaged these days...Rowan Hill @ Lidl is rebranded Kingsmill.


Is this for real, or are you joking? Everyone in my house loves Kingsmill bread and won't try any other, but if Rowan Hill is exactly the same then that would be great as the Lidl is closer to home.
amillstone01/01/2019 16:43

Is this for real, or are you joking? Everyone in my house loves Kingsmill …Is this for real, or are you joking? Everyone in my house loves Kingsmill bread and won't try any other, but if Rowan Hill is exactly the same then that would be great as the Lidl is closer to home.


It isn't true.

There are three big bakeries in the UK, Allied, Premier Foods, and Warburton's. Each makes their own brands -Allied makes Kingsmill - but they also produce the own brand bread for the supermarkets.

These loaves are produced to the recipe and specification set by the supermarket. So although Lidl bread will come from the same bakeries as Kingsmill loaves, they don't just use different bags, the loaf will be different too.

If you go back to 2015 Tesco delisted all the Kingsmill loaves but Allied still baked the Tesco own brand bread. Fairly obviously they didn't just give Tesco Kingsmill loaves, same as they don't give Also or Lidl Kingsmill loaves with different packaging either.
Edited by: "TipsyNurse" 1st Jan 2019
amillstone01/01/2019 16:43

Is this for real, or are you joking? Everyone in my house loves Kingsmill …Is this for real, or are you joking? Everyone in my house loves Kingsmill bread and won't try any other, but if Rowan Hill is exactly the same then that would be great as the Lidl is closer to home.



No, I'm not joking, a good friend of mine works at the Kingsmill bakery in Stockport.

The recipe may be slightly different, but not much. Industrial production lines are very expensive to stop and restart, therefore they keep running. What cannot be sold as "Kingsmill" is rebranded and sold through other networks, at a cheaper price.

Buy a loaf of each, compare, and make your own mind up.

It's a common practice across many industries. I used to be a paper salesman, and an A4 branded top range copier paper we sold was available at half the price, unbranded, via another outlet.

I saw this with my own eyes, at the production site, and after speaking with the production manager.
TipsyNurse1 h, 16 m ago

It isn't true.There are three big bakeries in the UK, Allied, Premier …It isn't true.There are three big bakeries in the UK, Allied, Premier Foods, and Warburton's. Each makes their own brands -Allied makes Kingsmill - but they also produce the own brand bread for the supermarkets.These loaves are produced to the recipe and specification set by the supermarket. So although Lidl bread will come from the same bakeries as Kingsmill loaves, they don't just use different bags, the loaf will be different too.If you go back to 2015 Tesco delisted all the Kingsmill loaves but Allied still baked the Tesco own brand bread. Fairly obviously they didn't just give Tesco Kingsmill loaves, same as they don't give Also or Lidl Kingsmill loaves with different packaging either.



Where's your proof ?

Even the smallest change in the ingredients list means that the loaves are "different", for patent purposes.

Have you ever worked at, or for, a large commercial enterprise ?

Just wondered where you were coming from ?

Happy New Year, btw.
Edited by: "Green_Genie" 1st Jan 2019
Green_Genie1 h, 1 m ago

No, I'm not joking, a good friend of mine works at the Kingsmill bakery in …No, I'm not joking, a good friend of mine works at the Kingsmill bakery in Stockport.The recipe may be slightly different, but not much. Industrial production lines are very expensive to stop and restart, therefore they keep running. What cannot be sold as "Kingsmill" is rebranded and sold through other networks, at a cheaper price.Buy a loaf of each, compare, and make your own mind up.It's a common practice across many industries. I used to be a paper salesman, and an A4 branded top range copier paper we sold was available at half the price, unbranded, via another outlet.I saw this with my own eyes, at the production site, and after speaking with the production manager.


Tried this on the occasions when I was shopping at a smaller Lidl store which didn't carry a huge variety of baked goods, including no Kingsmill (which is what I've usually always bought) suffice it to say, their own brand Rowan Hill bread was nothing like kingsmill, and I'm not talking about a one off purchase either...
TipsyNurse3 h, 12 m ago

It isn't true.There are three big bakeries in the UK, Allied, Premier …It isn't true.There are three big bakeries in the UK, Allied, Premier Foods, and Warburton's. Each makes their own brands -Allied makes Kingsmill - but they also produce the own brand bread for the supermarkets.These loaves are produced to the recipe and specification set by the supermarket. So although Lidl bread will come from the same bakeries as Kingsmill loaves, they don't just use different bags, the loaf will be different too.If you go back to 2015 Tesco delisted all the Kingsmill loaves but Allied still baked the Tesco own brand bread. Fairly obviously they didn't just give Tesco Kingsmill loaves, same as they don't give Also or Lidl Kingsmill loaves with different packaging either.


There are 4, you are missing fine lady bakery, which is entirely private label.

There are also the 2nd tier bakeries such as Roberts and Jackson's, but they mainly make for the supermarket sandwich market.

But you are right in that they will be different breads, although not that different!
DealJourno01/01/2019 15:18

Fortified. One of the biggest cons in the food industry. They put …Fortified. One of the biggest cons in the food industry. They put significantly less in than they destroy from.the raw ingredients. Just watch Cooked, the episode on air about bread on Netflix.Mass produced food is mass produced rubbish.


Whole wheat is classed as a good natural source of iron, do you know how much of that iron you actually absorb?

Not much of it, even in a slow fermented sourdough, as it's all bound up in certain parts of the grain.

Is fortified any better? Not really, but just because something is mass produced, doesn't make it any less healthy than an artisan product. In the case of bread, artisan loaves often have 2x as much salt as supermarket bread.
mikeey8427 m ago

Whole wheat is classed as a good natural source of iron, do you know how …Whole wheat is classed as a good natural source of iron, do you know how much of that iron you actually absorb? Not much of it, even in a slow fermented sourdough, as it's all bound up in certain parts of the grain.Is fortified any better? Not really, but just because something is mass produced, doesn't make it any less healthy than an artisan product. In the case of bread, artisan loaves often have 2x as much salt as supermarket bread.


Artisan? You mean normal. How bread was made for thousands of years until mass production very recently.

I make my own sourdough bread (which is simple to do when you have a good starter). I found the 'spare' time to do this by ditching Facebook.

It's up to individuals what they eat. But this stuff isn't for me.
Green_Genie3 h, 50 m ago

No, I'm not joking, a good friend of mine works at the Kingsmill bakery in …No, I'm not joking, a good friend of mine works at the Kingsmill bakery in Stockport.The recipe may be slightly different, but not much. Industrial production lines are very expensive to stop and restart, therefore they keep running. What cannot be sold as "Kingsmill" is rebranded and sold through other networks, at a cheaper price.Buy a loaf of each, compare, and make your own mind up.It's a common practice across many industries. I used to be a paper salesman, and an A4 branded top range copier paper we sold was available at half the price, unbranded, via another outlet.I saw this with my own eyes, at the production site, and after speaking with the production manager.


Paper is slightly different, I'm no expert but there are only so many ways you can make 80gsm white copier paper that are noticeable to the end user.

With bread you can change everything from the quality of the flour to the percentage of air from yeast Vs kneading. Bakeries are set up to do exactly that, each batch of dough exactly to spec. Just the same as a ready meal manufacturer can make Asda ready meals and Waitrose in the same factory.

But as has been said above, buy both. They will be noticeably different.
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