I work for TESCO. well i used to ,I'm 101,i just got a letter from the QUEEN any way there is meant to be 10 in kingsmail bread and15 in other .the problem is that in the other types such as seeds and oats there is only 15 so you have to have an open sandwich one day my favourite type is no crusts white bread with tuna and lettuce its a challenge to eat crusts with false teeth!!!
The number of slices of bread in a loaf is variable. The answer depends on both the thickness of the slices and the size of the loaf.
A standard loaf of bread has anywhere from 21 to 25 slices of bread in it. The number of slices depends on the size of the loaf.
1 loaf of bread makes 6 sandwiches. There is 12 slices of bread in a loaf, and 2 pieces are used per sandwich. 12 divided by 2= 6. Some supermarket loaves have a lot more than 12 slices. They might make as many as 10 sandwiches.
Depends on the style of bread. I have seen 10 to as many as 24 slices in a loaf.
About 20...........Half of that is 10......
It depends on how big the loaf is and how thick the slices are
In an 800g medium-sliced pan loaf, there are usually 19 slices, not counting the end slices (heels). This may vary by up to 2 slices either way, but in my experience the number is usually odd - very inconvenient if you're producing sandwiches on an industrial scale for events!
The average number of slices in a French bread will vary depending on the size of the loaf. How thick the slices are will also be a determining factor.
well it depends on the the size and how thick you want the slices to be