National Bread Week will be returning from September 10th to 16th 2018…watch this space for details.

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Ireland has a delicious bread heritage which we should be proud of. Here is just a taster of some of the range of loaves baked daily by expert bakers.

Know Your Bread

From Soda Bread and Barmbracks to Spotted Dogs and Farls click below to find out more about the vast range of Irish Breads available  Find out more

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    National Bread Week is organised by FCBA (Flour Confectioners and Bakers Association) and IBBA (Irish Bread Bakers Association) in conjunction in Northern Ireland with the Northern Ireland Bakery Council

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    We love it when…National Bread Week is back for 2018

    National Bread Week is back! From the 10-16th September 2018, bread lovers from all over Ireland will be showing the loaf some love, as they celebrate National Bread Week. Bakers, millers and retailers across the country will be joining in the fun and reminding us why we’re a nation of #BreadLovers.

    Steeped in tradition, bread is part of our heritage […]

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    Ireland’s favourite sarnie – cheese and ham please!

    For National Bread Week new research* shows that the nation’s favourite sandwich filling by a landslide, is ham and cheese, especially when you include the toasted version! Nearly one in five people opted for the classic filling, followed by the BLT and then tuna and sweetcorn.

    The survey of 1,000 people showed that 53 per cent of people think bread […]