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Food / October 19, 2021

Wee Daniel O’Donnell has launched a range of bread

Food / October 19, 2021

Wee Daniel O’Donnell has launched a range of bread

The singer has released a range of sourdough bread in partnership with Donegal bakers Gallaghers Bakehouse

It’s not just heart rates that Daniel O’Donnell will be helping to rise, the singer has also leant his hand at raising some dough too.

Partnering with Donegal-based Gallaghers Bakehouse, O’Donnell has helped to create a range of sourdough bread.

The new range which promises to be “fermented for a light texture and flavoursome taste whilst full of fibre, offering a bread that is not just tastier but also healthier too”.

The campaign dubbed Bread Made Better, The Secret is Out, will be available nationwide in selected Tesco, Dunnes Stores, Supervalu, Spar, Centra stores.

Describing Gallaghers Bakehouse as a “staple” in his kitchen, O’Donnell said, “it’s fantastic to be working alongside a brand that has such strong ties to Donegal, and to see its continued growth and success.”

While Chief Marketing Officer for Gallaghers Bakehouse Greta Hammel, said, “we’re thrilled to partner with Donegal legend Daniel O’Donnell to celebrate this next step in our growth.”

The bakers have been baking bread in village of Ardara, Co Donegal since 1968, for more information about them visit the Gallaghers Bakehouse website.

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