Kentish bread from KFF

29 March 2007 by
Kentish bread from KFF

Aylesbury-based supplier KFF has launched a range of thaw-and-serve artisan Kentish breads that are handmade using, it claims, unique production methods.

They are made from Hereward wheat specially grown in Wingham in Kent and stoneground in the traditional way - to preserve minerals, vitamins and taste - at the nearby Sarre Mill (the last commercial windmill in Kent). The bread is then made, baked and frozen in Margate.

The range includes Rustic White and Brown Kentish Huffkins (traditional baps made with buttermilk and eggs and supplied in cases of 40 x 120g rolls) and a Wholemeal Quartered Loaf, a round, foccacia-style loaf topped with rolled oats and divided into quarters, which sells in packs of 15 x 350g loaves.

To buy it, call: 01622 612 345


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