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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

We get so many questions that we have not had time to write them all down.

However, here are a few common ones:

We are NOT a nut free bakery. We use Pecans and Almonds in some of our products and while we try and keep the possibility of cross contamination to a minimum we would not declare any line to be "nut free". We also use sesame seeds in the bakery as well, but no dairy, egg or animal products are used.

Strictly speaking all our sprouted breads contain gluten and as such should not be eaten by true Coeliacs or people who know they suffer from Gluten intolerance without first seeking medical advice. Having said that, many people tell us that they find these breads acceptable and that may be because the sprouting process affects the type or make up, as well as the quantity of the gluten present.

That is correct. The sweetness of the sprouted breads comes from the natural sprouting process. Amounts of natural sugars produced in this way may vary from crop to crop and the speed at which the seed sprouts. Where we do add a sweetener, in the cakes for example, we use only organic apple juice concentrate to provide the sweetness and not sugar. In fact we do not have any sugar on site.

No - all our products are suitable for vegetarians and vegans. We use no added sugar, animal, fats or dairy products. Our cakes use sunflower oil to replace butter and the only sweetner euse is organic apple juice.

No. We bake our breads and cakes at normal bread baking temperatures so none of our products are suited to this form of diet.

YES - quite simply. We don't use any dairy or animal products in any of our breads and cakes.

Where do we deliver?

We can deliver all over Europe - elsewhere in the World is just too expensive but you can always email us and ask for a quote! 

What are your delivery charges?

Delivery to the UK is £4 for up to 4 full cases. Delivery to Europe starts at £20, but is dependent on country and can be much more.

How long does it take to arrive?

We usually despatch Tuesdays and Thursdays and sometimes more often if we are busy. 

We use DPD to deliver. They aim to deliver within 1 to 2 days and offer a predicted delivery time so you may get an email or text from them on the day of delivery giving a 1 hour delivery window.

So far they have been pretty accurate!!

Unopened, the breads will keep in your store cupboard for up to 10 months. Once opened, they should be stored in an airtight container, preferably in the fridge and used within 2-3 days. Typically they are so moreish that they won't last that long.

What some people do is slice their bread and then freeze the slices for use as required, taking slices from the freezer and toasting these as needed.