Our Signature Seeded loaf is bursting with flavour, created with a blend of specially selected seeds and grains including sunflower seeds, golden linseed and pumpkin seeds.
This soft wholemeal loaf is baked to perfection.
Thomas Allinson was a pioneer in wholemeal and, over the years, we've championed a return to whole grain breads. Signature Seeded is a high fibre option, and just two slices provide 100% of your daily whole grain*.
*based on US Dietary Guidelines of 48g whole grain a day as part of a 2000 calorie food pattern.
|Typical Values||Per 100g||Per Slice||% RI+
|of which: saturates||1.6g||0.7g||4%|
|of which: sugars||2.9g||1.3g||1%|
* Reference Intake of an average adult (8400kJ/2000kcal)
+ RI = Reference Intake
This pack typically contains 14 slices (including crusts)
Wholemeal Wheat Flour, Water, Mixed Seeds (14%) (Sunflower Seeds, Brown Linseed, Golden Linseed, Pumpkin Seeds, Poppy Seeds), Wheat Protein, Vegetable Oils (Rapeseed, Sustainable Palm), Kibbled Soya, Yeast, Cracked Wheat (1%), Malted Barley Flour, Salt, Fermented Wheat Flour, Vinegar, Emulsifiers: E471, E472e, E481; Molasses Sugar, Soya Flour, Psyllium Fibre, Flour Treatment Agent: Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C).
With 54% Wholegrain (Wholemeal Wheat Flour, Cracked Wheat, Malted Barley Flour)
For allergens, including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients listed in bold.
May also contain sesame and mustard.
It seems the old ways really can be the best – the ideal place to store your bread and rolls is in a bread bin or at room temperature. Keeping bread in a refrigerator makes it stale faster so it’s probably best to avoid this except in very warm weather.
You can freeze all our delicious Allinson’s breads for up to 3 months so you can always eat some now and freeze the rest for later.
Waste not want not
Every year in the UK we throw away one third of all the food we buy – most of which could be eaten. Love Food Hate Waste is a campaign from WRAP (Waste & Resources Action Programme) that provides tasty recipes and top tips that helps us cut back on wasting food.