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5 Discontinued Breads You'll Never See Again

Wait, there was a sandwich bread shaped like Goldfish crackers?

When it comes to bread, you might fall into one of two categories: You line up at the local bakery for your favorite loaf, or you buy whatever pre-sliced option is on sale at the grocery store. Either way, bread probably seems like a fairly stable grocery item that doesn't change much over time.

Still, there are a few fan-favorite bread options out there that haven't stood the test of time. Here are some discontinued breads you'll never see again, at least not in the United States.

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Goldfish Bread

goldfish sandwich bread
Courtesy of Pepperidge Farm

Sadly, this sandwich bread didn't taste like Goldfish crackers. Instead, it was whole-wheat bread shaped like the iconic snack.

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Trader Joe's Sprouted Flourless Whole-Wheat Berry Bread

Whole wheat bread

This bread featured dates and raisins and was perfect for morning toast. Sadly, it's no longer on TJ's shelves.

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Roman Meal Bread

sliced bread with milk

Roman Meal had some pretty fun packaging, with an illustration of an ancient Roman soldier in the brand's logo. But the brand no longer exists in North America, because the rights were sold to Flower Foods in 2015. You can still find Roman Meal in places like Japan and Thailand, though!

Subway Honey Oat Bread

subway vegetable sandwich on honey oat bread
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Subway is known for serving its sandwiches on giant bread. But if you're looking for the honey oat bread, we have some bad news: It's been gone for several years.

Trader Joe's Quinoa Bread


Quinoa in bread? That might sound like an odd combination, but for a while, it was a reality at Trader Joe's. The bread is no longer on store shelves, but customers still ask when it will be back.

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Meghan De Maria
Meghan De Maria is a senior editor at Eat This, Not That!, specializing in food, product, and restaurant coverage. Read more about Meghan
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