got 2 loaves of multi grain last week to take to Va. Worst bread ever! It was sliced as usual, however the texture was sticky like raw and full of hard chunks, holes and voids. It was impossible to separate the slices since they all were completely stuck together and crumbled as we tried to separate them. My family looked forward to get this usually fine bread ,
WHAT A DISAPPOINTMENT! and it aint cheap either.
I hope the pigeons didn't sick..
we've never gotten a bad loaf from Heidelberg and we've had many hundreds. sorry for your experience but it must have been an aberration.
Heidelberg breads are fantastic and I think fairly priced. the other day we got three *huge* loaves for just $7.75 --$2.58 a loaf for outstanding, fresh, locally made bread
you can spend more than $2.58 a loaf for crappy mass produced Wonder bread or similar at Hannaford! and the Heidelberg loaves are larger, heftier and more substantial that than crap bread at the supermarket. you're actually paying less per ounce.
Heidelberg is a true local gem. they are even open seven days a week. the lunches and dinners they serve at the nice little restaurant are excellent. so are the pies pastries cakes and coffees.
for those who have never been, pay a visit!
get a big French Peasant, Italin