Posted on December 29th, 2009 No comments
To a little gift to our customers we offer a special coupon. It is valid until the end of January 2010. If you use it, you will get 5% off your whole order. There is no minimum amount required.
To use it, just type “xmas2009″ into the coupon field before you place an order. It will reduce the total amount.
This coupon is valid for all products. It does not matter if you buy German chocolate, Crispy m&m, bread, Knorr Fix or other Knorr products.
We hope you will use this coupon and wish you a happy new year!!
Posted on May 11th, 2009 No comments
This week we added several baking mixes for typical German bread to our shop. currently we are able to ship the followin bread types as baking mixes: Farmers Bread (Bauernbrot), Whole Grain Bread (Vollkornbrot), Vital Bread (Vitalbrot), Multi Grain Bread (Mehrkorn Brot), Country Bread (Landbrot) and White Bread (Weissbrot).
The baking mixes are very easy to use: Just add some water, knead it and then let it rest about 30 minutes. After this, just put it in your oven for about 1 hour. During this time you can smell your bread baking in our oven and you can look forward to eat your home made German bread.
German bread is very good for a healthy nutrition and it tastes great.
The packages contain 500g of meal and yeast. After baking you will get a bread with the weight of ca. 750 grams.
Posted on May 7th, 2009 No comments
In april we found a manufacturer that is able to provide German bread which is preserved for more than 4 month. This means, you now can order original and very tasty bread you can store at home for month. It is vacuum-sealed and without any preservatives.
We can offer the follwing different kinds of bread from this manufacturer: Active3 Brot, Fitnessbrot, Schulbrot, Bio-Dinkel-Brot, Toastbroetchen, Sonnenblumenbrot, Classic Brot, Vollkornbrot, Dreikornbrot, Kuerbiskernbrot, Sonnenkernbrot, Leinsamenbrot, Vollwertbrot and as a special kind of bread we can offer Pumpernickel.
Next week we will also insert bread backing mixes. But more about this you can read next week.