Myers famous Lincolnshire plum loaf is a moist fruit loaf with a unique taste all of its own. Contrary to what the name suggests, there are no plums in the recipe, instead the name actually refers to the dried fruit in the product. It can be served simply sliced and buttered, toasted or alternatively, why not try it with a slice of your favourite cheese and a piece of crisp apple? The only plum loaf to win a ‘Gold’ in the Great Taste Awards.
Contains: Wheat Flour (Wheat Flour (Gluten), Calcium, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin), Sultanas, Water, Currants, High Ratio Shortening (Palm, Rape, Palm Oil Fractions, Emulsifier E471), Sugar, Fresh Egg, Yeast, All Vegetable Margarine with Non Hydrogenated Oils (Palm, Rapeseed, Sunflower, Water, Salt, Emulsifier, Polyglycerol Esters of Fatty Acids E475, Flavouring, Curcumin E100 Annatto E160b, Mixed Peel (Orange and Lemon Peel in varying proportions, Glucose – Fructose Syrup, Sugar Acidity Adjuster, Citric Acid E330), Salt, Milk Powder, Softening Agent (Water, Emulsifiers: E471 and E472e, Acetic Acid), Bread Improver (Soya Flour, Acidity Regulator E170, Emulsifiers E472e and E481, Wheat Flour, Flour Treatment Agent E300, Enzyme Preparation), Ground Ginger.
Allergens: Wheat (Gluten), Egg, Milk.
Produced in a bakery that uses nuts.
Storage: Once opened store in an airtight container.
Country of Origin: Horncastle, Lincolnshire.