Unbleached Bread Flour

9 reviews
King Arthur Unbleached Bread Flour
9 reviews

Unbleached Bread Flour

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The secret to fluffy, forget-about-dinner-because-the-bread’s-so-good loaves is high-gluten flour, and this one takes the cake. Or, uh, bread. Reliable and protein packed, it's in a class of its own.

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  • Orthodox Union Kosher Certified Kosher for Passover
  • Vegan

We all know Paul Hollywood is the king of Bread Week, but with this unbleached blend of gluten-packed hard red wheat and texturizing malted barley flour, you can make Star Baker-worthy proves and rises in your own kitchen. Perfect for lofty llonguets, spectacular sourdough, and unbeatable biscuits. It’s the best thing since…well, you know.

King Arthur Baking Company was the first American flour seller, and they're committed to transparency, fair wages, and equality for all.

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American products, doing a world of good

Founded in 1790, King Arthur Baking Company is quite literally an American institution. Their history of high-quality, reliable products stretches from the first president to the first chocolate chip cookie and beyond. But their eyes are firmly on the future. They've been a B Corp since 2007, and they believe it’s their responsibility to both do and encourage good. They’re dedicated to avoiding GMOs and harmful pesticides in their products. Plus, they donate 1% of their annual sales to environmental organizations. Their company is 100% employee-owned, and they’re working constantly to promote outreach with 40 hours of paid volunteer time, and diverse hiring practices. They’ve also committed $200,000 to organizations working toward justice, equality, and food education along with researching bakeries and farms that are owned and run primarily by BIPOC individuals.

  • One Percent Certification
  • Certified B Corp
  • Certified Non-GMO