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The Shepherd’s Loaf Retails At £21: More Bread Than Sense

by | 9th, June 2010

THE Shepherd’s Loaf costs £21. It is a normal sized loaf. If the Shepherd’s Loaf sells, money raised will feed a shepherd for a week. The Shepherd’s loaf comes in a box, a cardboard box.

The Shepherd’s Loaf is a loaf on a mission to guide people to a better kind of bread. Bread that is simply and slowly made with local ingredients to give you a perfect loaf.

What’s in it?

INGREDIENTS: Spelt flour, Cornish sea salt, and water.

STORAGE: This loaf will last at least a week, and is best on day 3.

AWARDS: Highly Commended at the Soil Associations Organic Food Awards 2009

Due to the lengthy baking process, we currently produce a limited batch of the Shepherd’s Loaf.

Meanwhile, Prince Charles has opened a new Highgrove Shop in Milsom Street, Bath. It’s his third store selling ordinary fare with an expensive price tag. If you’re off your loaf, you can shop there…

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Books for sale in the Highgrove Shop in Milsom Street, Bath.



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