These are professional quality tins, made by the same Yorkshire firm that supplied thousands of tins to Andrew Whitley’s Village Bakery from 1976 onwards. They are robustly constructed from aluminised steel which isn’t just strong enough to last a lifetime but also transmits heat evenly with no hot spots.
Unlike many ‘kitchen shop’ baking tins, our loaf tins are shaped to flatter your breadmaking skills. They are fairly narrow and almost straight-sided, which means that even a modestly-risen loaf comes out looking good.
With basic care, these tins should last for a long time. We send an explanatory leaflet out with each order and full instructions are also available here.