Our bread is soft, fresh and delicious - and only 69p
Your first slice of toast in the morning, a lunchtime sandwich, a quick, easy dinner… If you love bread as much as we do, you don’t want it to cost too much. So ours starts at only 69p. Look out for our fresh loaves in store today.
New products in store
At the Co-op, we bake great-quality, tasty bread every single day. We’ve been doing it for decades - so when you buy your bread in-store, you can trust that it’ll be deliciously soft. Try our sliced bread, which comes in white farmhouse, wholemeal farmhouse, white toastie and wholemeal loaf varieties. Even better, each 800g loaf costs only 69p.
The Seeded Farmhouse
Our wholemeal seeded farmhouse is our best recipe yet. And with full-sized slices in a small-sized loaf, you don’t have to worry about waste.
The White Toastie
Our white sliced loaf promises great quality and thick, delicious slices. Ideal for toasting and making your favourite sandwiches.
The White Farmhouse
Our white farmhouse is baked in a tin that gives your loaf the large slices you love, as well as great taste and texture.
Q&A on our new bread range
What’s different about Co-op bread?
Our bread is made in some of the most modern plants in the UK, using the latest technology. The way it’s made is carefully controlled, which means we can be sure our bread is really great quality, every single time.
Where does the flour in Co-op bread come from?
All our flour is milled in the UK, by the same company that bakes our bread. They’ve been making it since 1935, so we know we can trust where our ingredients come from, and that they’re the best quality. And, by cutting out the middle man, we can give you the best price possible, too.
What difference does using UK-milled flour make?
When flour is imported, it can lose moisture and even go down in quality, meaning your bread won’t be as delicious as it could be. And of course, by reducing transport costs we can give you an even better price for your loaf.
How long does it take to make a loaf of Co-op bread?
From mixing the ingredients, through the single rise that gives our bread its great texture and crumb, to producing a freshly baked loaf - all this takes about 4 hours. We think it’s well worth it.
How do I know my loaf is fresh?
As well as carefully choosing who makes our bread, the recipes we use are designed to make sure every loaf’s up to scratch. We test our breads and recipes regularly, too, so you can trust our bread to be delicious throughout its shelf life.
Is anything done by hand?
The way our bread’s made is fully automated. It means we can produce loaves 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to meet demand. It means we know it’ll be the same great quality, every single time, too.
How many times is the dough left to rise and why?
A single rising is enough to get the best possible structure and texture.
What time do the bakers have to get up in the morning to make the bread?
Due to high demand and the level of automation, the bread is produced 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.