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  • 2/5 February 01, 2022
    * Disappointed. Just bland and price way to high for this quality of bread.
    This review is specific to 647 Bread, Potato Bread
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  • 2/5 August 22, 2021
    * We used to love 647 wheat bread for what was its substantial feeling compared with other low fat breads. But in recent months the slices crumble and fall apart easily. They also seem nearly stale. What happened? Is the manufacturer experiencing a quality control issue related to the pandemic?

    Editors note: The manufacturer has acknowledged some COVID related quality controls issues lately and is working to resolve them.

    This review is specific to 647 Bread, Wheat
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  • 2/5 June 04, 2021
    * I heard such good things about this bread. It was real bread, not keto, according to the ingredients, but it had very low carbs. For my real bread, when I want to indulge, I eat Alvarado St. Sprouted Wheat thin slices which is 8 grams of carbs a slice, a bit too much to be eating on a regular basis for a low carb diet, but good enough to have as a snack occasionally with peanut butter and jelly. So when I found another real bread with even less carbs, I bought this. But the flavor and the taste was so disappointing, especially after just having Sola's Golden Wheat Bread, which was not real bread as can be seen by the ingredients and had far overall less carbs, yet tasted far superior to 647 Bread by Schmidt. There was one reviewer on the Sola bread who claimed he much preferred Schmidt bread over Sola which was the impetus for me to buy it. Well, I must say, I cannot disagree more with his review. How can low carb authentic bread taste worse than imitation low carb bread? I will say this, I will give Schmidt another try to see if my taste buds were off. I certainly love their English Muffins.
    This review is specific to 647 Bread, Italian
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