I am a fully qualified baker. I own a bakery business in the North West of England, UK. My business mainly manufactures for foodservice and some retail. I have been a baker for 40 years and have a wealth of knowledge on our industry. I also own and operate 6 more distribution depots serving the whole of the North of England.
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Doughnuts

I thought I would talk to you about Doughnuts and the fact that it is #National Doughnut week. Introducing our brand new range of doughnuts ourselves and priced to be affordable alternative to the brands that are well know out there. Our new packaging is light and the box is solid so that you can…

New Products

I can’t believe that we are nearing Easter , time really does go quickly when you are busy and making sure that you have all the products and offer a good delivery service to your customers. We have newly listed some products and re-designed packaging on our bakery favourites since February so here is a…

Latest Update

  Well, after 10 years at our old site in Eccles we have made the move away to a new site less than 3 miles away in Worsley, Manchester. Having manufactured and supplied some of the biggest retail supermarkets and discounters we made the decision to stop baking for them. The prices we were being…

Sourdough and Seeds

Why is sourdough bread easy to digest and doesn’t cause bloating. Wheat grains contain phytic acid and can be a cause for digestive discomfort and bloating. This phytic acid inhibits enzymes which are needed for the breakdown of proteins and starch in the stomach. It is this lack of enzymes which results in digestive difficulties.…

6 not 5 Benefits to GDPR

Perceived knowledge is that there are 5 benefits to having the rules changed for GDPR and they are as follows. Improved Consumer confidence Better data security Reduced maintenance costs Better alignment with evolving technology greater decision making. Well  in my opinion the one benefit that everyone doesn’t talk about is of the greatest benefit to…

St Georges Day

Should we make St Georges day a National Holiday? St George’s Day was declared as a national feast day in 1415 and used to be largely celebrated in England, but following the unification with Scotland in May, 1707, the day has become less significant. Now people go to work as normal, although in recent years there’s been…