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    Are there any pitta breads as a healthy extra?

    Was wondering are there any pitta breads as a healthy extra. Don't have access online and am restarting soon. but would to know so I can get some.

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    weightwatchers wholemeal pitta,1 is a Hexb. Asda do a wrap from the Bfree range,also 1 for a hexb.

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    that's so much for your help. Good to know about the wrap too.


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    If you get the wraps,look in the 'free from' section..I spent ages looking for them with all the regular wraps :-)

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    Them wraps are always sold out!

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    Didnt know the WW ones were heb might alternate with the bars though i do love the bars as a sweet snack but pitta makes on the hoof lunches easier
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    Thanks for this info. I miss my bread all the time....

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    Are the Bfree wraps only in ASDA? Would explain why I couldn't find them in Sainsburys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emmy90 View Post
    Are the Bfree wraps only in ASDA? Would explain why I couldn't find them in Sainsburys!
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