This article is part of our 2016 Bread & Baked Goods digital feature

Bread sales are falling, and more Brits admit to swapping the bread in their sarnies for something else. But there are some who are defiant in their love of bread. Particularly the Welsh - 57% say they eat bread on a daily basis. So how does this compare with the rest of Great Britain? Find out below…

Forty five percent of Brits eat bread every day, down from 52% a year ago. Half of all men say they eat bread on a daily basis, compared with just 41% of women.

And there’s a clear trend when looking at the breakdown by age group. Only 35% of those aged 16-24 tuck in every day, rising to 54% of those over 55. Most likely to avoid bread altogether are 25 to 34-year-olds, with 5% saying they never eat it. 

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