The best way to keep bread at its best is to keep it at room temperature (around 20ºC) for a day. After the second day the bread will probably taste better reheated or toasted.
Properly frozen bread will last in the freezer for up to 6 months. When eating bread from frozen, let it come to room temperature and then toast in the oven or a toaster. It will taste freshly baked again.
Wrap or seal bread in plastic or aluminum foil. These types of wrappings (instead of paper) will trap in the bread's natural moisture to keep it from drying out and getting hard. Left exposed to the air, the bread will stale within a few hours.
If you don't plan on eating the entire loaf in one sitting, it's a good idea to slice the loaf and portion them into a few slices per pack before storing them. That way you also won't have to slice it while it's frozen, and it's often difficult to slice post thawing.
If you have frozen your bread, allow it to thaw at room temperature. Crisp in the oven or toaster for a few minutes to restore crustiness. Be aware that bread is only good for reheating once to return crustiness.
Our bread contains no artificial preservatives. Keep bread at room temperature for no more than two days. Room temperature should be around 20ºC. Keep it away from direct sunlight in a cool and dry place, such as in your pantry or in a bread box.
If you have high humidity in your house, your bread may mold quickly at room temperature. If that's the case, you might want to skip straight to freezing it after you've eaten as much as you want while it's fresh.