STEP 1: Get our Loaf of the week subscription of either one delivery a week or two. you can choose more than one loaf per delivery!
STEP 2: We deliver your sourdough bread on tuesdays and/or fridays, fresh from the oven.
STEP 3: Enjoy your loaf, delivered straight to your doorstep - sliced, through your letterbox, or whole.
Lucy Cleland - Country & Townhouse
“Everyone’s obsessed with sourdough and it’s gobbled up quickly in our house so Good in Bread’s subscription model where it’s delivered fresh to your door (and fits through the letter box) is just genius”.
Loaf of The Week: The Wheat & Rye 'Labour of Loaf
As a 'Loaf Of The Week' subscriber, you will be receiving our choice of Sourdough bread each week. Or if you fancy a loaf in particular, let us know and we'd be happy to send you a loaf of the week that you will enjoy!
Our beloved 'Labour of Loaf' has that distinguishable dark woody crust, but it is also more open-crumbed than a lot of other brown breads, which tend to be a lot denser. It's the healthier cousin of our popular 'True Loaf', as it offers more fibres and minerals, to give you lots of energy and aid your digestion throughout the day.
Pair our 'Labour of Loaf' with anything from salted butter, smoked fish and avocado, to a citrus or acidic jam like Orange Marmalade or Raspberry jam.
The Online Bakery
This is our selection of Sourdough loaves and accompanying spreads available to buy online anytime. Our selection is constantly refreshed so drop by weekly to see what we have in store.
Sliced or Unsliced
We love our bread (obviously) and we love to think of ways to constantly improve your customer experience. From the moment our loaves leave the oven to the moment they arrive in your home, we want to do everything we can to guarantee not only their quality but their longevity as well.
For each loaf, we offer different types of eco-friendly packaging options to suit your needs. Whether you want to slice it yourself and enjoy it straight away or prefer it pre-sliced to freeze and enjoy later, our packaging options are designed to help your bread keep fresher for longer.
Not sure whether to go for sliced or unsliced, freezer or kraft bags? We've put together a little infographic to guide you through your decision.