Bakers Delight’s new Fruit Loaf range has more fruit and more flavour. I was in at my local Bakers Delight yesterday for my usual order of wholemeal cheesymite scrolls and there on the counter was the samples of the new Fruit Loaf. It was delicious. Chunks of cranberry and loads of healthy colour. Scrumptious!

Enjoy premium fruit bread from the warmth and comfort of your own home with Bakers Delight’s new Fruit Loaf range.
Available in two varieties – Cranberry and Fruit or Cinnamon and Fruit – the new and improved range is sure to rejuvenate your taste buds.
Rich in antioxidants, the delicious Cranberry and Fruit loaf will keep you fighting fit, while the slight hint of spice in the Cinnamon and Fruit loaf makes it ideal to enjoy during the cold winter months.
Bursting with flavour and jammed packed with lots of healthy fruit, the new Fruit Loaf range is the perfect guilt-free indulgence.
Whether toasted or untoasted, eaten with butter, jam, honey or just on its own, Bakers Delight’s Fruit Loaf makes for a mouth watering breakfast or scrumptious snack.
Baked fresh everyday with no preservatives, the new Fruit Loaf range retails for $6.90
Bakers Delight has 22 Auckland and five Christchurch stores, as well as bakeries in Hamilton, Hastings, Mt Maunganui, Tauranga, Rotorua and Taupo.

Bakers Delight is the world’s most successful bakery franchise. Established in 1980, Bakers Delight has grown to over 700 bakeries across three countries (Australia, Canada and New Zealand), serving 2.5 million customers each week. Every day, in every bakery, Bakers Delight bakers create a range of traditional and gourmet breads. All products are baked from scratch, fresh daily on the premises.
Bakers Delight employ ‘scratch baking’ techniques, which means the experienced bakers bake everything fresh each day from scratch using no pre-mixes. In addition, all of the Bakers Delight traditional range is made with unbleached flour and contain no preservatives, artificial colours or flavours. This includes white, wholemeal, country grain and wholemeal country grain loaves and rolls.
Any bread that is left over at the end of the day is donated to local charities, such as the women’s refuge.

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