Donegal businesswoman Sian McCann has announced some exciting news for her company – Wild Fuschia Bakehouse is going fully recyclable!

The  Irish Wheaten Bread mix is back in Aldi stores as part of the celebrations to mark five years of “Grow with Aldi” in Ireland.

Wild Fuschia Bakehouse was selected to participate in the “Grow with Aldi” initiative in May 2022 with their Irish Wheaten Bread and Irish Soda Bread mixes, both of which have 2 Stars from the Great Taste Awards.

Sian developed her artisan Irish bread mixes so that all breads can be made with a “No Mess, No Fuss” approach. Sian says “We have now built on that and are delighted to announce that the Irish Wheaten Bread on sale in Aldi will feature our new 100% recyclable packaging. We’re now ‘No Mess, No Fuss and No Waste’.”

A central theme for all of the bread mixes is “simple, wholesome and tasty” and this tagline features on all the products. They are all extremely easy to make.

Full instructions are given on the packs and we also have some helpful videos on YouTube and be sure to check out our Instagram page for our tricks of the trade @wildaboutfuschia.

Wild Fuschia Bakehouse, located in Dunfanaghy, County Donegal, opened its doors in 2017.  The brainchild of Sian McCann, the bakery offered a range of delicious homemade bread and baked goods, based on traditional recipes.  The bakery shop was closed for much of 2020 and 2021 as a result of Covid-19 and, like many other small business in Ireland, they had to evolve to survive.  The “Bakehouse” now focuses almost exclusively on a range of bread mixes.

The Wild Fuschia Bakehouse range of bread mixes uses traditional recipes handed down from generation to generation; with just a few simple ingredients added by the home baker, all the breads are ready in under an hour.