Tesco is making a major change to 700 stores – and cake fans will love it

Tesco is making a big change to 700 stores – and that’s good news for pastry aficionados.

Shoppers will be offered a fresher baking experience with the introduction of some limited edition specialty bakery products and sweets.

Tesco will introduce 20 new lines into the bakery area of ​​700 stores in the next few weeks


Tesco will introduce 20 new lines into the bakery area of ​​700 stores in the next few weeksCredit: Getty

The supermarket redesigned its bakery lineup in-store and launched 20 new product lines, including six limited edition products.

This exciting new product will be rolled out to 700 Tesco bakeries this month.

As part of the revamp, supermarkets will also include nutritional information on packaging, such as calorie content and recommended daily intake.

Here’s a list of the new specialty breads and sweets you’re likely to see at Tesco bakeries in the coming weeks.

  • Best Halkidiki & Kalamata Olive Batard
  • The best ciabatta
  • Best Classic Boule Cheddar
  • The best multi-seeded seeds
  • Best Crispy White Bloomer
  • Best Cranberry, Cashew & Raisin Bloomer
  • Best Jalapenos & Classic Cheddar
  • The Best Limited Edition Oatmeal
  • Tesco cheese expansion machine
  • Tesco 4 Hot Cross Buns
  • Tesco Limited Edition Finest 4 Cherry Bakewell Cookies
  • Tesco Limited Edition 2 The Best Lemon Meringue Cake
  • Tesco Limited Edition Raspberry Ripple Tear & Share Bun
  • Tesco 6 All Butter Croissant Family Pack
  • Tesco Finest 4 Caramel Cookies & White Chocolate Cookies
  • The best limited edition rosemary & sea salt focaccia
  • Limited Edition Mediterranean Style Tear ‘n’ Share
  • Tesco white sourdough
  • Tesco brown sourdough
  • Tesco 2 Belgian bread

Tesco Lead Product Development Manager Sarah Donovan said: “Times are changing in the baking world and we are seeing the emergence of a new, adventurous type of shopper. , who are eager to try more premium handcrafted breads and sweets.

“But we don’t believe shoppers have to pay outrageous prices for handmade bakery items, which is why we’re launching a new range of excellent quality baked goods. day at the store.”

The supermarket chain recently made some other big changes, announcing a 30-product discount across 800 stores.

And savvy shopper Kathryn Leech known on TikTok as @katsaves appreciates the competitive prices as she makes seven recommendations that it’s always cheaper in Tesco than in other supermarkets.

Tesco isn’t the only one making major changes, this week Marks and Spencer announced that they will be removing the shelf life from their milk.

Morrisons was one of the first retailers to remove the shelf life on milk in January 2022, much to the chagrin of shoppers.

Russell Falcon

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