Real Foods Baking Powder

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Customer Rating: 4.5
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50gr
£0.70 140p / 100g
100gr
£0.98 98p / 100g
250gr
£1.65 66p / 100g
500gr
£2.74 55p / 100g
1kg
£4.00 40p / 100g
3kg
£11.49 38p / 100g
6kg
£21.91 37p / 100g

Wholesale Prices

25kg
£62.86
(25p / 100g)
2 x 25kg
£59.72 / 25kg
(24p / 100g)
4 x 25kg
£56.57 / 25kg
(23p / 100g)

Ingredients

Baking Powder ingredients:

Wheat Flour, Raising Agents (sodium pyrophosphate, sodium bicarbonate).

About Baking Powder

Classic raising agent for adding to plain flours when making cakes, scones and puddings.

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Customer reviews

Baling powder usually sits in my cupboard and goes quietly out of date between my baking sprees (yes, I really do bake that seldom) so I love the fact that I can buy it at Real Foods in very small amounts. Maybe not quite small enough for just one use, but pretty small.

By Louise Jenkins on 10/09/2014

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