Woolies, Coles slash sliced bread to 85c

THE price of bread in supermarkets is the lowest it has been for years with Coles and Woolworths discounting the cost of a 650g store-brand loaf to 85c.
THE price of bread in supermarkets is the lowest it has been for years with Coles and Woolworths discounting the cost of a 650g store-brand loaf to 85c.
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