After the year we’ve had, we really wanted to kick off 2021 with a big boost of positivity, that’s why everyone at Baker Street has decided to go above and beyond with their resolutions this year. Over on our Instagram @lovebakerstreet we’ve been setting ourselves and all you Bread Heads a different mini #RyeNot challenge each week.
#RYENOT WEEK 1: GO VEGAN FOR A WEEK
We’re starting off our challenges with a New Year’s resolution classic: going vegan! If you’ve never fancied a whole month of Veganuary, rye not give it a go for a week? You may even discover some tasty new recipes!
#RYENOT WEEK 2: BIN NO BREAD
Did you know bread is the most wasted household food item and that we as a nation throw away almost 24 million slices of bread every single day? That’s why, for one week, we want to see no bread wasted. That’s right, not a single slice!
This challenge is close to our hearts, as here at Baker Street we don’t think anyone should ever have to waste bread. That’s why all of our products are cleverly packed to stay tasty for longer. Find out more about how and why!
#RYENOT WEEK 3: TRY NEW TOAST TOPPERS
For our third challenge we want you to get creative! Help us redefine the humble toast. Rye not see how many new toast toppers ideas you can come up with, the more imaginative the better! Who knows, you might discover a new favourite.
#RYENOT WEEK 4: LIVEN UP YOUR LUNCHES
For the last challenge we want you to push the boat out and concoct something really special. Spend a bit of extra time upgrading those boring sarnies, and create a lunch fit for a king! We could all do with spoiling ourselves a little bit right now, and what better way to treat ourselves than with a really tasty lunch?
If you want to take part in our #RyeNot challenge, it’s not too late! Grab a pack of our Baker Street Seeded Rye Bread or Rye & Wheat Bread from selected Ocado, Tesco Ireland, Nisa and SPAR stores and challenge yourself!
Be sure to share with us your creations on social, tagging @LoveBakerStreet on Instagram and Facebook and use #RyeNot.
‘Cos #Ryenot ey?