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Sweet potato bread

Vegbred Tin Loaf, Muffin Buns, SubRolls – Vegbred Limited

Highly Commended of Better-for-You Product of the Year

Vegbred is Better Bread!

Totally unique, its a first of its kind innovation; combining the goodness of fresh sweet potatoes into a range of everyday convenient breads.

Vegbred only ever uses FRESH sweet potato in their formulation, which means the nutritional benefits of this amazing vegetable – fibre, resistant starch, vitamins and enzymes – are at their most effective for gut health and blood sugar management.

Sweet Potato is one of nature’s richest sources of Beta Carotene. A powerful antioxidant converted into Vitamin A within the body, scavenging free-radicals with anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and anti-fungal properties. These antioxidants have been found in studies to promote the growth of healthy gut bacteria including certain Bifidobacteriooum and Lactobacillus species.

These same properties also help to extend the shelf-life of our breads without the use of preservatives or chemicals; meaning Vegbred is proudly clean label..

A tasty alternative for children, grown-ups and particularly pregnant women; a single serving of Vegbred provides 33% of a pregnant woman’s daily vitamin A requirement. Only 3 servings are needed to exceed 100%. Vitamin A helps develop a child’s heart, eyes and immune system, at an age when 30% of children (>5yrs) do not consume enough vitamin A*.

Vitamin A is fat soluble vitamin and Vegbred combines fresh sweet potato with extra virgin olive oil and black pepper in a super-tasty and convenient everyday staple. British diets are deficient in fibre and diets containing 20-33 grams of fibre per day have been linked to a lower risk of colon cancer and better gut health. The increased amount of fibrous ‘resistant starch’ is 30% higher in Vegbred than traditional breads, significantly slowing down glucose uptake, meaning that it supports blood-sugar management and is suitable for diabetics

*ref WHO here and here