For some time now, the discounter Aldi has pleasantly expanded its range of baked goods in our branch. Sure, there's still cheap, packaged factory bread, some with bold textures. There are also baking mixes and individual ingredients on the shelves for culinary do-it-yourselfers. New to the range are the loaves from our local baker. The dealer sells them at the same price as in the bakery. For reasons of taste, I usually reach for local handicrafts. But is this also the right choice ecologically?