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Want to test Warburtons Half White Half Wholemeal bread with your family? Sign up here
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LucyBMumsnet · 28/08/2020 15:05

Recruitment for this product test is now closed

We are looking for 150 UK Mumsnetters with at least one child to test Warburtons Half White Half Wholemeal bread with their family.

Here’s what Warburtons has to say: “We’ve introduced a new Half White Half Wholemeal range of bakery products all with added vitamin D and calcium.The Half White Half Wholemeal range not only provides a great way of getting more fibre into the diet but it also makes it easy for busy families to get a third of their daily intake of vitamin D and calcium, which are important to ensure a healthy immune system and strong teeth and bones.”

Selected testers will receive a voucher for a loaf of Warburtons Half White Half Wholemeal bread. They will need to purchase it in a store of their choice and try the bread with their family. Click here if you'd like to see the ingredients in Warburtons Half White Half Wholemeal bread. Following testing, selected testers will need to give their feedback via a thread on Mumsnet and a short survey we’ll send to you.

Please note that if selected, you will be asked to buy and test the bread with your family between 5th and 13th September and to leave your feedback the week after. Please only sign up to take part if you’d be able to purchase, test, and leave feedback during the testing period (roughly 5th to 17th September).

All testers who give the required feedback will be entered into a prize draw where one MNer will win a £100 voucher for the store of their choice (from a list).

If you’re interested in taking part, please sign up here.

Thanks and good luck!

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Hopeislost · 28/08/2020 18:03

Signed up!

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torthecatlady · 28/08/2020 18:06

Smile Thanks! Signed up.

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CompleteBarstool · 28/08/2020 18:06

What a shame you can't deliver it immediately seeing as DP forgot to buy bread on the weekly shop today!

Signed up anyway

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SillyMoomin · 28/08/2020 21:13

Doubts good!

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SillyMoomin · 28/08/2020 21:14

Ooops *sounds!

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Zoflorabore · 28/08/2020 21:36

done Smile

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PinotAndPlaydough · 28/08/2020 22:05

Done Smile

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Wovenglitter · 29/08/2020 08:58

All done 🙂

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louisethedisease · 29/08/2020 10:44

Done

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asu78 · 29/08/2020 13:03

Yes please - Have signed up :) Thank You

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wineandcheeseplease · 29/08/2020 13:07

done

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MrsSiriusBlack1 · 29/08/2020 15:34

Done! 🤞🏻

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mummydinosaurRawr · 29/08/2020 18:00

Done. Mmmm toast 😋

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BellaBella84 · 29/08/2020 19:50

Yeah didn't we just used to call this Mighty White?!

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jennymac31 · 30/08/2020 02:07

Done!

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KiansKuddles · 30/08/2020 14:07

sounds great!

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Shannith · 31/08/2020 00:57

Signed up!

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Andpppy · 31/08/2020 07:08

Yuk. If your going to eat white bread with greater health issues but soft gentle flavour do that. If your going do for the stronger sweeter flavour and tougher texture of whole meal do that. Ideally don’t do much if either as bread is a major contributor to being fat.

What one shouldn’t do is take any interest in this weird hybrid which is neither soft and moist nor as healthy as whole meal ( which isn’t that healthy). Go for a walk or if you must eat a stick of celery.

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JaJaDingDong · 31/08/2020 19:10

Define "child" please. Any age restriction?

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luanda111 · 31/08/2020 19:47

Count me in, I love healthy food choices.

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TellYourCatISaidHi · 31/08/2020 20:23

Didn’t they just recently dump their British wheat supplier in favour of imported wheat from the States?

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Aerena · 31/08/2020 23:12

I really need support right now... I’m 6 weeks pregnant & I have 1 young baby already ... I love my unborn baby so much and do want it, I can’t afford it I can barely afford anything right now. I don’t have my own home or a job or any degree. I want to give my baby the best like I can give right now I can’t even do that for his birthday or Xmas I can’t even afford shoes for myself ... adding another baby would make financial matters worse. I feel so fucking cruel😫😫 I really love my Unborn baby but I also love my baby whose here now and I want to give the best life I can 😫
I feel horrible because I do want it but I’m not in the position to provide for it I’m still so young and I’m not ready for baby number two although I really wanted it now I’m pregnant I’ve realised it would make our lives more of a struggle 😭😭

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Hospitalknickers · 31/08/2020 23:13

Signed up!

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LucyBMumsnet · 01/09/2020 09:53

@JaJaDingDong

Define "child" please. Any age restriction?

Hi @JaJaDingDong,

Thanks for your message. This product test is open to all UK Mumsnetters with at least one child of any age Smile
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Enigma222 · 01/09/2020 12:25

Done 🙂

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