A traditional sourdough made to a French recipe with a mix of organic white, rye and wholemeal flours and slow fermented over several days with a wild yeast culture for a really full flavour.
Baked fresh to order
Because it's a sourdough loaf, there's a longer lead time than other products. We do our best to predict demand, but very rarely orders received Tuesday can't be fulfilled until the following week.
Ingredients: water; organic white flour; organic wholemeal flour; organic salt (1%)
All of Cooper's Bakehouse products are produced in an environment which contains nuts, yeast, eggs and dairy produce (milk and butter). It is possible that these potential allergens may be found in trace quantities even when not in the ingredients listed. All of our products contain wheat and gluten. Please contact email@example.com if you require further information.
Cooper's Bakehouse is a small craft bakery in Brockley, SE4 that started in the back garden of founder Francis Cooper in 2012.
We only use organic flour, water, organic salt and fresh yeast in our bread. We make real, slow-fermented breads that are healthy and full of flavour.
The bakery has a powerful local ethos, supplying only within a three-mile radius and delivering 80% of our bread by bicycle. Our power is sustainably sourced from Ecotricity and every employee receives the London Living Wage as a minimum.
We deliver every Thursday and Friday* to the following areas:
Minimum spend £10:
SE4, SE5, SE14, SE15, SE21, SE22, SE23, SE24, SE26, SE27, SW9.
Minimum spend £25:
SE1, SE6, SE8, SE11, SE16, SE17, SE19, SE20, SE25, SW2, SW4, SW8, SW11, SW12, SW16, SW17, SW18.
Minimum spend £50:
The rest of Greater London (inside the M25).
*The cutoff time for adding to your delivery is midnight Tuesday for Thursday delivery, and midnight Wednesday for Friday delivery. Orders sent after this time will be delivered the following week.
For subscription orders, the cutoff time for editing your existing subscription is 11:45 am Tuesday (but you can still add to your delivery by checking out as normal by midnight Tuesday).