Real Foods Organic Flour BioBake White Strong

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Organic Flour BioBake White Strong ingredients:

Wheat*, vitamin C** (*Denotes organically grown ** permitted flour treatment) The following statutory nutrients are also added as per The Bread & Flour Regulations 1998:Calcium carbonate, Iron, Thiamine (Vitamin B1) and Niacin.

About Organic Flour BioBake White Strong

Top quality white bread flour made for the professional bread baker from high protein organic wheats.

Colour: White

Read about Real Foods allergen labelling here.

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Customer reviews

Great flour and buying a sackful is very economical!  Terrific quality and I will buy again!

By wendy moody on 14/05/2014

If you are goign to eat white bread then you should make it with a top notch flour like this one.

By Alice Farmer on 05/12/2012

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