£1.0025p per 100g
Suitable for freezingSuitable for vegetarians
Product life guaranteed for 3 days excluding delivery day, with an average of 4 days.
|Typical Values||Per 100g||Per slice 22g||%RI*|
|of which saturates||0.5g||0.1g||1%|
|of which sugars||2.2g||0.5g||1%|
|*Reference Intake (RI) of an average adult (8400kJ / 2000kcal)|
|This loaf contains 18 Slices|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (6)
Packing of soft goods
This bread was squashed again if you have difficulty in patching bread tacked Eccles cakes etc., then pack them separately This is the fourth or fifth time I have been disappointed with packing. Sort something out or you will lose business
Good product but bad packing
Yet again my bread is squashed in carrier bags with heavy items. The bread itself is lovely but I'd rather not eat it in bits. I wouldn't say anything but this happens a lot. Morrisons please ask packers to put bread in with light items. It would be 5 stars if in one piece.
good bread but goes off before best before date
Had this bread a few times now & it tastes good on first few days of opening but recently its started to go mouldy after day 3 & it's always before best before date. Not sure if it's due to the weather being warm but it's put me off buying it now.
Bad for online shopping
As far as taste goes, Nimble tastes just like any other brown wholemeal bread - nice, will make nice sandwiches, definitely not bad tasting. The size is fantastic, instead of ordering an 800g loaf and eating one half and finding the other half moldy, you buy two 400g loaves and freeze one until you finish the first. It's just, it's extremely soft. Like, almost made of tissue paper soft, it gets crushed extremely easily, very fragile, and doesn't hold a shape well. This means it can easily be destroyed when frozen if not given a lot of space, and if you order it online you're going to receive a flatbread instead of a loaf of bread. Basically, don't buy this online, buy it in store.
Hovis Nimble wholemeal 400gm
An excellent loaf and Ideal for short term freezing.