It’s a landmark year for the Jenkins Bakery – 100 years since the foundation of the family business.
As part of the centenary celebrations, the firm has launched a Harvest Grain Centenary Sour Dough loaf.
This is a brown Sour Dough loaf made to an unique recipe to celebrate the Centenary Year for 2021.
The dough is made using traditional methods, allowed a long fermentation at three days and gently hand-moulded by our craft bakers.
The product has a rich malty taste and contains Malted Wheat Flakes and Malted Barley which gives it an improved texture and packs it full of flavour.
It is also a great accompaniment for cheese.
Jenkins Bakery operations director Russell Jenkins said: “We are planning to mark our centenary in a number of ways throughout the year. We have a cherished reputation for producing quality craft loaves and breads, confectionery and other products.
“We hope our customers enjoy this very special sour dough loaf.”
The loaf is available in the following selected stores:
New Dock Road, Avenue, Burry Port, Pontarddulais, Carmarthen, Thomas Street, Cross Hands, Quay Street, Llandybie, Skewen, Pontardawe, Trostre, Uplands, Neath, Ystradgynlais, Baker Boy, Gorseinon, Bridgend, Portmead, Porthcawl, Briton Ferry & Treboeth.
There will be other Jenkins Bakery events to mark the centenary of the business throughout 2021.
Our history – https://www.jenkinsbakery.co.uk/our-story/