a loaf of distinction

Scandalous Seeds Wholemeal

The Rebel Baker

Thomas Allinson could be quite rebellious. Almost everything he did, said or believed upset someone, but what he baked pleased more than enough people. We think he would like this loaf, featuring five seeds and grains to give body, bite and flavour in every mouthful. It’s created with a blend of specially selected seeds and grains including sunflower seeds, golden linseed and pumpkin seeds. The perfect soup accompaniment.

Scandalous Seeds Wholemeal

Nutrition Information

Typical Values Per 100g Per Slice % RI+
per slice
Energy 1125kJ 518kJ 6%
Energy 268kcal 123kcal 6%
Fat 9.0g 4.1g 6%
of which: saturates 1.3g 0.6g 3%
Carbohydrate 29.3g 13.5g 5%
of which: sugars 2.5g 1.2g 1%
Fibre 8.2g 3.8g
Protein 13.4g 6.2g 12%
Salt 0.75g 0.35g 6%

* 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, Yeast, Kibbled Soya, Vegetable Oils (Rapeseed, Sustainable Palm), Cracked Wheat (1%), Malted Barley Flour, Fermented Wheat Flour, Salt, Vinegar, Emulsifiers: E471, E472e, E481; Molasses Sugar, Soya Flour, Psyllium Fibre, Flour Treatment Agent: Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C).

With 51% Wholegrain (Wholemeal Wheat Flour, Malted Barley Flour, Cracked Wheat).

Allergy Advice

For allergens, including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients listed in bold.

May also contain Sesame and Mustard.

Suitable for Vegetarians Nutritional info


Store in a cool, dry place - ideally not refrigerated. Once opened, reseal using label. Under warm conditions life may be reduced.

To freeze, wrap the entire pack in a recyclable freezer bag and place in the freezer. Use within 1 month. To thaw, remove the outer bag and place bread on a wire rack until completely defrosted.

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