rye tin


We bake this popular loaf with rye flour, meaning a higher fibre bread than a typical white loaf, an earthier taste and a more dense texture. A perfectly balanced recipe of Rye bread that does not overpower the food that is being served with.

Weight: 800g

Nutritional Information
Nutritional Information Per entire serving Per 100g
Energy 2028kcal/8588kJ 223kcal/ 944KJ
Fat 7.5g 0.8g
of which saturated 1.6g 0.2g
Carbohydrates 408g 45g
of which sugars 13g 1.4g
Fibre 38g 4.2g
Protein 62g 6.8g
Salt 8.9g 0.98g

Adult average intake (2000kcal/8400kJ)

Allergens: contains almonds, cashews, may contain milk and sulphites.
Good to Know Fact
Rye bread is naturally low in gluten, high in fibre, low in fat, which suits many diets. Having a lower glycemic index, it causes a slower increase in blood sugar than white bread. Rye Bread has a history dating back to the Middle Ages, so generations of your ancestors have enjoyed this, and you can see what they loved about it!