Flour Power City Bakery


Flour Power City Bakery is an organic bakery based in Surrey Quays, set up in the late '90s and in their infancy selling at the first ever London farmers' market, in Islington in 1999. Since then, the bakery has gone from strength to strength, and their reputation has sky-rocketed, as the team have constantly experimented with new ideas and processes, bringing out a lot of unique breads and pastries.

Ever-popular staples of their stall include the traditional spelt tin loaf (or, as they call it, 'Roman marching bread', owing to the venerable antiquity of the recipe), their Rye Pumpernickel loaves, sweet focaccias, traditional Irish soda bread, and their unique Hoxton Rye Levain, named after their first ever bakery in Hoxton.

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