Blog: What became of our daily bread?

Catherine Sleep | 7 May 2004

It sticks to the roof of your mouth, it fails to bounce back when you squeeze it to slice, and it’s certainly not like your mother made it.

To read a fascinating and somewhat depressing feature on the bakery industry, click below.

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