New winter sourdough breads now at Brumby’s Bakery
Brumby’s Bakery has launched a new winter sourdough bread range.
The new range features a variety of unique flavours including turmeric & lentil and spicy choc chilli.
Tom Elliot, Brand Manager for Brumby’s Bakery, said customers wanting a healthy bread option often choose sourdough.
“Brumby’s focuses on providing families with home-grown goodness; since its introduction last October, our Authentic Sourdough range has proven to be very popular with customers looking for a healthy bread option,” he said.
Brumby’s sourdough ‘Artisan’ range is one of the highest selling ranges across all Brumby Bakery stores.
“This has prompted us to further extend the offering, with the introduction of our Sourdough Rye, Turmeric & Lentil, and Choc Chilli Authentic Sourdough loaves,” Elliot said.
Each Sourdough loaf will come packaged with a recipe on the bag.
“We encourage lovers of Sourdough to go to our website and try our specialised new ‘Winter Warmer’ recipes, including our Chicken Marrakesh with Turmeric & Lentil Sourdough or our Garlic, Mushrooms & Ricotta on Rye Sourdough Toast,” Elliot said.
Prices for Brumby’s new sourdough range start from AUD $6.00 per loaf.
Brumby’s Bakery is part of the Retail Food Group (RFG) which is also responsible for a number of quick-service restaurants operating within Australia including Donut King, Crust Pizza, Pizza Cappers and Gloria Jeans Coffee.
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