Approved until 31 May 2020
McCambridge bread is baked fresh every day using a family recipe passed down since 1945. The McCambridge name is well-known for their unique Wholewheat bread. They have extended their product range to include McCambridge Spelt Soda Bread, McCambridge Super-Seeded Soda Bread , McCambridge Brown Soda Bread and McCambridge Gluten Free Soda Bread. McCambridge Products are high in fibre, low in fat, yeast-free and naturally free of any additives, colourings or flavourings.
McCambridge are committed to creating products with health and nutrition as the focal point. McCambridge released the Bread Tin Bakery range in 2017 with the intention to reintroduce home baking into Irish homes. With a tin and mixing bag included these packs enable quick and mess-free baking, for the whole the family to enjoy.
McCambridge offer a wide range of products to cater for health conscious consumers and consumers with specific dietary requirements. McCambridge has a designated Gluten Free site for producing their Gluten Free Soda bread and Gluten Free Bread mixes. They test for < 20ppm gluten onsite everyday.
The McCambridge Gluten Free Porridge Oats were released in 2018. The Gluten Free Porridge Oats are packed in McCambridge’s, trademarked, Mála Glas pouches. Mála Glas pouches are plastic-free and fully-recyclable.
McCambridge aims to have 100% of our raw material suppliers with Sustainability or Environmental Policies in place in their companies by 2022.
50% of their relevant suppliers use Forest Stewardship Council [FSC] product.
They have installed an energy management system which provided real time usage on a LED display. This system will help them to monitor energy usage in an efficient manner going forward.
They have installed sensor lighting in infrequently used areas on site, this in turn will reduce their energy usage.
McCambridge's are licensed by the DAFM to provide our food waste as animal feed to Irish farmers.
They have successfully reduced their food waste by more than 18% since 2015, with the aim of reducing this further to 40% reduction by 2022.