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Waste Bakery Products

  I was reading recently that Tesco throw away 41% of all bakery products, I find that disgusting. They won’t be the only supermarket group that have this kind of waste in their bakery offering. I can’t understand as to why there is so much waste. Is it because they are having to offer availability…

Frozen Bakery sales are growing

Frozen bakery is a growing industry in food processing. There is a huge demand for frozen bakery products, for instance, frozen bread, as fresh bread has a very short life span. A number of chemical and physical changes take place during its storage, deteriorating the freshness and quality of bread. The frozen bakery market is…

cake names

Bakers help preserve traditional names 08 October, 2013   By Antonia Hawken Craft bakers are helping to preserve regional words and dialects, according to a new survey for National Craft Bakers’ Week. Traditionally, bakers have prefixed local specialities with the name of their town or region, giving us the Bakewell tart, Gloucester drips, Eccles cakes, Chelsea…

Bun Fight at Starbucks

Bun fight erupts after Starbucks trademarks the name ‘Duffin’ for their new doughnut-muffin hybrid   It is meant to be a delightfully sweet and tasty treat, but the Duffin, a doughnut – muffin hybrid, has left a very bitter taste in one pastry chef’s mouth, after Starbucks trademarked the name. Bea Vo, owner of Bea’s…

The Top Ten Toasters for your Bread

1. DUALIT Two top British brands – Dualit and Emma Bridgewater – have joined forces to create this pleasingly chintzy hand-built toaster that will last you for years. Available in a two- or four-slice version, it includes a defrost setting and extra wide slots for hand-cut toast. From £99.99, lakeland.co.uk 2. ARGOS COLOUR MATCH From fuchsia pink to…

Sad Ending for another Bakery

Final bread baked at Channel Island Bakery and Warry’s Bakery Related Stories Channel Island bakery business shuts Bread prices to increase by 10% Island food costs higher than UK The final loaves of bread have been baked by Jersey’s Channel Island Bakery and Warry’s Bakery in Guernsey. The bakeries – both operated by Cimandis –…