Foricher Traditional White French T65 Bread Flour 1kg


Foricher French traditional T65 flour is a white bread flour. It produces airy baguettes with golden brown crusts, the first choice of French bakers. 

The French flour classification system refers to purity; the lower the T number, the lower ash content in the milled wheat. The lowest grade is T45 - for cakes and pastries, whereas T65 is fantastic all round white bread flour as it still has some bite and texture, while creating a light open crumb and crunchy crust. The wheat used to make this T65 white bread flour is grown in France.

Yvon Foricher is a seventh generation baker and miller, who has been supplying artisan bakers across France and the rest of the world for over 20 years.

Read our guide to making bread here.

Ingredients: wheat flour CRC.

Allergy Advice: For allergens see ingredients listed in bold

Storage: Store away from heat and humidity.

Product Highlights

  • French white bread flour
  • Make airy baguettes with golden crusts
  • T65 means it's a fantastic all-rounder
  • Wheat grown in France
  • Gives bread a light open crumb


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