UK: Best thing since sliced bread costs shoppers a lot of dough
A new loaf of designer bread has hit the shelves of several upmarket branches of supermarket chain Waitrose in London, and is proving popular despite costing nearly £10 (US$15.5). The brown Poilne sourdough loaf is extremely popular in south west France, where it was first made by master baker Pierre Poilne in 1932, but this is the first time it has been baked in Britain.
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