Bread is a staple. People have been eating it for thousands of years.
Yet, there are breads that are expensive and inaccessible for many people. Huge, round crusty loaves that do not resemble what we might want in our school lunches or on our dinner tables.
Other breads are widely available but lack nutrition and can somehow sit on a grocery store shelf for months.
We wanted a bread that is approachable, accessible and affordable. With no stabilizers or conditioners in it.
The Approachable Loaf is tin-baked and sliced, contains no more than seven ingredients and no non-food. It is at least 60-100% whole wheat and priced under $6/loaf depending on regionality.
Oh, and it tastes really good too.