As part of our freezer-based diet management strategy, I buy all of our bread at Whole Foods and freeze five to ten loaves at a time (because Whole Foods is a 50-mile round trip for us, and I only go once every month or two).
|You can see two baskets of it in the center of this pic (from this post).|
However, bread is particularly subject to freezer burn, and it should be double-bagged in order to preserve its quality.
For many years, Whole Foods bagged its artisanal breads in heavy-gauge plastic and I would simply save many those bags, rinse them out, and re-use them for double-bagging until they wore out, and then I'd swap them out for younger bags.
But a year or two ago, they stopped doing this. They began packaging their breads in a very thin plastic which is not robust enough for double-bagging.
Whole Foods probably did that conversion as a waste minimization measure, but it caused me headaches, because you would be amazed at how difficult it is to find a plastic bag suitable for the double bagging of bread loaves. Zipper freezer bags are not large enough. Shopping bags are too thin. I don't know of a commercially-produced new bag that would be optimal for this purpose.
I finally found a good solution in HEB's branded line of tamales.
HEB grocery stores are found, there's probably another bagged food product out there that would work for you.