M&S Bicarbonate of Soda 200g


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M&S Bicarbonate of Soda
This gentle raising agent is perfect for baking quick yeast-free cakes and breads.

Suitable for vegetariansSuitable for vegetarians

Raising Agent: Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate (E500)
Allergen Information
May Contain Sesame

Not suitable for Sesame allergy sufferers due to manufacturing methods.
Dietary Information
Suitable for Vegetarians


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12 August 2023 by 
Why is this under baking powder?

Bought this by accident because it's the first result that comes up when I serach for baking powder, and it's the same packaging M&S used to use for baking powder. There are multiple reviews complaining about this problem- why doesn't Ocado fix this??

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09 June 2023 by 
Trick to open is easy

First, this is a fine product and less expensive than the usual. Second, if you have trouble opening it, squeeze the container as you twist. It's a lot easier that way.

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29 April 2023 by 
Easy to open

Not sure why people cant open this product twist and pull comes straight off.

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09 August 2022 by 
Absolutely perfect

I don't know why some shoppers seem to get confused between Baking Soda and Baking Powder, 2 different products. And the M&S product comes in the exact same packaging as the Waitrose product. No issues.

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21 July 2022 by 
M \x26 S Bicarbonate of soda

There seems to be some confusion between baking powder, baking soda and bicarbonate of soda. Baking powder is just for baking, but usually contains some bicarbonate of soda. Baking soda (USA) and bicarbonate of soda (UK) are the same thing, and are used for cleaning and baking. You can even de-flea your cat with it - at least you can try. Puss might take a different view.

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25 March 2022 by 
Wrong product!!

Why when I search for baking powder do I get bicarbonate of soda? They are different products!! Surely Ocado employ people who know the difference? Please sort this out!

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