There is a serious lack of good quality bread in Leeds. For a city with a population of almost 800,000 people, there is only one bakery making ‘real bread’ and only a handful of ‘artisan’ bakeries. At the same time there is an increased interest in good food in Leeds.
To help us figure out where the best place for the bakery will be, we asked people filling in our survey to put in their postcode. Most people who replied live north of the river around Headingly and Chapel Allerton.
At the moment we think that situating the bakery somewhere in the Mabgate area or along Meanwood Road would make it accessible to a larger proportion of people interested in supporting us.
Ideally we are looking for a light industrial unit (as this will have larger entry doors and three-phase electricity).
If you have any ideas or contacts with possible sites PLEASE GET IN TOUCH!
 According to the Real Bread Campaign,“Real Bread is that made without the use of processing aids or any other artificial additives”.