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by Mrs dawson
Had trouble with mouldy bread but after a phone conversation with Lakeland I discovered that you mustn't put warm bread in or it goes mouldy. Also you can put wrapped bread in the bag. No need to take out of plastic.
Published 08 10 2014
Save your money”
Bought the large bread bag and bread was green mouldy within 2 days. I think it must be the plastic lining. Save your money and don't buy it.
Published 16 09 2014
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I bought one of these a few years ago. I stopped using it because the internal lining was obviously punctured somewhere and crumbs became trapped between the outer and inner bags. I fished it out a day or two ago because I had run out of the correct size poly bags and then remembered why I had stopped using it. I had to make a tiny cut in the corner of the polythene to let all the crumbs out - not very user friendly at all. It will be returning to the back of the cupboard, or more likely into the bin! A good idea but poorly executed - perhaps the inner bag needs to be more robust?
Published 22 08 2014
I have had my bag for around a year. Initially I was very pleased with it keeping my bread fresh. However the plastic inner bag ripped first and now the material part is fraying and coming apart. Sadly I will have to stop using it soon.
Published 22 04 2014
A note from the team: Thanks for taking the time to write your review. I'm sorry that the bag had started to come apart. I'll be in touch shortly.
Keeps my homemade bread fresh for several days”
I use the Panasonic Bread Machine and since keeping the bread in this bag I find that it stays fresh for up to a week. The bread is always allowed to cool first.
Published 26 03 2014
Like many people using bread machines once cooled I had the dilemma of how to store. Solved with this very handy bag which does work if you follow the instructions as to fastening it. Fresh tasting & still soft. When it comes to mould I do know as I live in the country that every exposure to air has a big chance of picking up mould spores. Recommend.
Published 27 01 2014
I have had this bag for sometime now, and I remain very pleased with my purchase. Bread doesn't last long in this house, so the keeping fresh part doesn't really count, but it does keep it covered and looks good on the side, it washes well, like I say very happy
Published 24 10 2013
Bought the larger bag and have found it excellent, it keeps the bread fresh for at least 4 days. The secret is to pull the draw strings tightly together as far as they will go and then do as the Lakeland people say, tie a slip knot about an inch to inch and a half from the opening and pull it tight. I then fold over the top of the bag so the opening is hidden from view and then rest is against something so it is airtight.
Published 11 10 2013
The homemade bread in my bag went mouldy after only 3 days. It was still lovely and soft though. All credit to Lakeland - within less than 24 hours of letting them know, I heard back from them under their Guarantee. Thank you. It is nice to shop with a firm who look after their Customers. The product gets one star, Lakeland get 5!
Published 30 08 2013
A note from the team: Thanks for placing your review.We're sorry for the disappointment and note that you've already been in touch to arrange a refund. The bag works best when the bread has cooled before being put in the bag and is kept in a cool place at an even temperature. To ensure a tight closure, pull the cord tight and loop it over the neck of the bag to tie a slip knot which will help.
Not for me but OK for some”
by Barry Clarke
I have been making naturally leavened bread for over 30 years and have not experienced moldiness until I used this bag. I have previously used plain linen or cotton bags and at times, particularly with rye based breads, wrapped in cling film. I now use your excellent Beathable Bags and place these in my cotton bread "sacks". I can still use the Large Loaf Bag simply by cutting out the polythene liner. The breathable bags are expensive relative to the cost of making the loaf. A single use composite paper/breathable bag in three sizes would be nice I find your shop very useful.
Published 16 04 2013
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Works on 2 levels”
Firstly it's great at keeping my home-made bread lovely and fresh for 4-5 days if it gets the chance. You just have to wind the cord round the bag neck to seal it. It takes up no room when not in use too. Secondly I have a cat who's favourite prey is bread and does break into the kitchen to hunt it out. Sealed in here he's not been able to smell it - and just as importantly - see it. I've seen him walk right past it and not notice. Win-win for me
Published 15 03 2013
This review is for an older version of this product
A GREAT BAG”
by Mr ROSE
I was given this bag as a present and it's terrific. My bread is keeping longer, the bag looks neat and does not take up too much room in my kitchen and I would definitely recommend this bag to friends and family. I'm going to buy the smaller bread bag which will also be good for rolls and sandwiches for picnics when the warmer weather comes.
Published 25 02 2013
Making great crusty bread, I wanted a bag to keep it fresh. I bought the bag and was disappointed that, although it keeps the bread fresh, the polythene bag within did not keep it crusty. I cut the polythene bag out and the cotton bag works perfectly, fresh and crusty bread every time.
Published 05 02 2013
Not worth the money”
by Mr Frank Clement-Lorford
In my quest to find some way of keeping my home-made bread crusty. This fails, very disappointed like another reviewer having a positive review first persuaded me to buy this product. You might as well keep you loaf in a plastic bag to get similar results as these bags. I thought all products were tested before going retail.
Published 16 08 2012
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by Mrs Lilley
This does not seem to keep our bread fresh as stated . The bag does not close tightly, so not sure if this is the problem.
Published 25 06 2012
A note from the team: Thanks for placing your review.The bag works best when the bread has cooled before being put in the bag and is kept in a cool place at an even temperature. To ensure a tight closure, pull the cord tight and loop it over the neck of the bag to tie a slip knot which will help. We'll be in touch shortly to help.
I made the mistake of reading the only review on the site for the Large Bread Bag. If I had read all the relevant reviews (of which 40% are 1 star) I would not have bought this product. Unfortunately, the relevant reviews had been placed in a different part of the website so that I hadn't spotted them and nor had Lakeland management! I'm now expecting them to redesign the product or, if they can't, to withdraw it from sale. It's just as well I could count on the Lakeland no-quibbles refund guarantee or I'd have been seriously annoyed about this.
Published 14 05 2012
A note from the team: We're sorry you found the breadbag disappointing. We've passed your comments on to our buying team and thank you for taking the time to explain how our reviews process can be misunderstood.
Seems to work...”
Using this for the first time recently, the bag kept a loaf fresh for the 3 days of it's lifespan (fresh bread doesn't live too long in our house!). Even the exposed face of the bread remained soft during this time. Rather happy with the product overall.
Published 31 03 2012