iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $0.34 (9% off)
Pumpernickel with whole rye kernels
Posted by Reviewer1554228 on Dec 27, 2013
Love this bread. Difficult to find this type in store's deli section
Posted by Reviewer1763080 on Apr 08, 2014
Great quality and taste. Cheaper than we pay in Japan. Very pleased
Posted by 4714021972443271409 on Sep 04, 2015
After living for years in a country without real, dark bread readily available (or affordable), this bread is a real treat. It has an incredible shelf life, so no worries about shipping time. The slices are thin but dense and while they may be a little fragile, they are very filling and stiffen up well when toasted (and taste even better toasted, mm...) The only downside is that once you open the package, you need to put them in the fridge and finish the package within 4 to 5 days. But if you're anything like me, that won't be an issue :)
Cheaper on iHerb vs Singapore
Posted by YoungerNextYear on Mar 02, 2016
Cheaper on iHerb vs Singapore and it has a long shelf life. If you find my review helpful, please click "YES"
Posted by 5100234880631914480 on Oct 08, 2016
love this healthy bread, and can get it at iherb for a great price
Posted by 5534347065891415663 on Nov 24, 2016
Since I bought this product for the first time ,this product became my daily meal. So Tasty and healthy. I'm buying this really often. I strongly recommend this product to anyone who wants to have healthy and nourish meal.
Posted by Reviewer2155069 on Nov 30, 2016
Slight sour taste but I like it
Posted by 5052923269063648038 on May 04, 2016
Great match with Artisana's Raw Cashew Nut Butter
i like it
Posted by 5241031409592753489 on Jun 19, 2016
quite filling. makes you want to drink tons of water which is good. better toasted !
Great toasted with eggs
Posted by 5428432667268829540 on Aug 16, 2014
This is a tasty bread that gives good energy (no wheat crash typical of many processed breads). Though it is excellent simply spread with nut butter or eaten on its own, my preferred way to eat this is to pan fry it in olive oil, a pinch of salt, cinnamon, and nutmeg and eat on its own or with some fried vegetables and eggs. I reserve one star because I am skeptical of the processing that the bread must undergo to achieve such a long shelf life - it's too good to be true, and thus can't achieve the 5-star rating that fresh bread does.