We’ve noticed quite a few people in the blogosphere and Twittersphere this week complaining about Warbutons gluten free bread. Warbutons’ own Facebook page is full of complaints about the slices crumbling and falling to pieces.
Breaking up is not so hard to do. Warbutons gluten free bread
As you know, we went to the Warbutons gluten free launch the other week. And the two loaves we were given to try were delicious.
But the loaf I bought in Asda last week was really dry after two days, the crusts were falling off and the slices were breaking in half. It meant I lost the last third of the loaf. Boo. I put it down to the fact I hadn’t stored the loaf in a cool, dark place like a bread bin; I’d simply left it on the side in my kitchen.
But then Mum picked up a white loaf in Sainsbury’s and as you can see from the picture, the entire loaf fell to pieces as soon as she opened it! I think we rescued two slices from the back of the packet for a bit of toast.
Now, fair play to Warbutons. Mum called them and explained what had happened and they kindly put £5 of vouchers in
Money off vouchers from Warbutons
the post the same day. She was also told that Warbutons had received a number of complaints about the slices falling to pieces and were looking into it.
I really hope they do. When you actually get a good slice it’s pretty tasty. Even the white loaf is nutty and flavoursome. But who will pay a premium of £2.69 for small loaf when you’re not guaranteed even one round of sarnies out of it?
Have you tried Warbutons gluten free bread yet? How was it? Let us know in the comments.