• Question: The new kingsmill 50 50 claims to have the goodness and nutrition of brown bread but with the colour of the white bread, is this possible? God luck in the final eviction! Thank You Will

    Asked by 08wjeffrey to James on 24 Jun 2011.
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      James Hargreaves answered on 24 Jun 2011:

      Hey 08wjeffrey,
      Kingsmill 50 50 is possible. Its made using wholegrains of wheat rather than milling and chopping all the grains up! Wholegrains are good for your heart!!!

      Kingsmill say this about their bread:
      “The aim of developing a range of breads is to produce great bread for all the family and every bread occasion – we’re realistic about the fact that not all children (or even adults!) will eat wholemeal bread and Kingsmill 50/50 is a great way to give them whole grain goodness in their diet. In terms of fibre, our Tasty Wholemeal bread has 2.5g of fibre per medium slice, while Kingsmill 50/50 medium slice has 2.0g of fibre in one slice”

      Whats your favourite type of bread?
      Thanks for your kind words! Its been great answering all your questions! i hope you’ve learnt some great new things about science! 🙂