by Loves Bakery |
Item # 55399
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About this item

  • Love’s white and wheat breads have been family favorites for generations
  • Kids love the soft texture and moms love knowing they’re perfect for making favorite lunchtime sandwiches or a tasty snack
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Love's Jumbo Wheat Bread has been a family favorite for generations. Kids love the big slices with soft texture and parents love knowing their bread is perfect for making favorite lunchtime sandwiches or a tasty snack. These jumbo wheat bread slices are a bit larger than your average white sandwich bread, making them great for deli sandwiches.

What Are the Benefits of Wheat Bread?

New research suggests that breads such as Love's Jumbo Wheat Bread could actually be a healthy option. A study has found it significantly boosts the number of 'good' microbes in the gut, warding off diseases and leading to better health. This finding could mean the white loaf can regain some of its popularity after being wholly overshadowed by whole grains. In a surprising twist, scientists found it encourages the growth of 'good' bacteria. To date, whole grain foods have been linked to more 'good' bacteria levels, because of their high fiber content. However, the latest study found consumption of the undervalued refined grains – such as in Love's Jumbo Wheat Bread – could also boost this level of healthy microbes.

How Is Love's Fresher Than Other Brands?

If you wonder why your bread is wet when you remove it from the bag, it might've been baked on the mainland, frozen and then shipped to Hawaii. If it crumbles or falls apart when you're eating it? Freezing pulls the moisture out of the bread, causing it to feel dry. Half of the bread in Hawaiian stores has been frozen on its way to the islands. Love's is baked in Hawaii for Hawaiians, never frozen and always ready.

About Love's Bakery

The story of this soft white bread began in June of 1851 when Robert Love, his wife Margaret and three sons arrived in Honolulu after an 80-day voyage. On July 12, 1851, Robert obtained a retail license allowing him to operate a bakery and sell its products. Robert opened the very first Love's Biscuit & Bread Co. on Nu'uanu Street in 1853. Today, Love's continues Robert's tradition by baking fresh foods for all of Hawaii. Love's produces 206 kinds of bread, 70 types of buns and rolls and 14 varieties of cakes. Now there are more varieties of freshly baked breads, buns and cakes on shelves and in restaurants.

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