Trader Joe’s Cracked Wheat Sourdough Bread Reviews

(4 customer reviews)


4 reviews for Trader Joe’s Cracked Wheat Sourdough Bread Reviews

  1. Patricia

    Absolutely the best bread for sandwiches – grilled, especially! – and for toast to go with my morning T.J.’s Orange Juice with Pulp! It’s a bit tricky to make sandwiches because of the size range of the slices so I have to plan ahead, and then maybe make croutons with the “oddball” slices and crusty end pieces. But it never goes to waste, for sure!

  2. D

    Poor substitute for the original! Back to Albertsons for the real thing!
    I’ve been buying this bread at Trader joes for years…until recently the pulled it and substituted a regular sourdough bread in its place. That lasted about a month. So I know I wasn’t the only one who wanted the old bread back!
    Well, they are again selling a bread called Trader Joe’s Cracked Wheat Sourdough, but it is TOTALLY DIFFERENT from the original. Each slice is 130 calories as opposed to the other loaf that was 110 per ice. This bread is cut thicker and is much more dense and chewy. I went back to Albertsons to get the real thing and compared labels and slices. PS the Albertsons bread contains non-GMO ingredients; the TJ’s bread does not.
    Please stop insulting your customers’ intelligence with this junky new bread. You just keep giving me more reasons to shop elsewhere.

  3. Vickie

    AMEN on the above review of the “new” version of Trader Joe’s Cracked Wheat Sour Dough bread. It’s dense and not light textured like it use to be. It’s like eating a big thick piece of cardboard! I don’t know what went wrong with the former vendor of the “greatest bread there was”, but, I’m finding myself not shopping at Trader Joe’s just because of I’m dissatisfied with this new bread. Sorry Trader Joe’s, I’m thinking there are a lot of us who are not happy with the substitute.

  4. Alfonso Philippe

    Yes…I agree with the last two reviews. Inferior substitute of the original. It tastes bland with the texture of cardboard!

    The original was virtually identical to the San Luis Sourdough version (perhaps they were the suppliers?). After they discontinued supplying it, they went with these subsequent copies that are terrible. Instead of wheat, these versions have added soy, barley, and who knows what else…

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