Roberts Bakery has revealed its plans for the business, including the roll out of more ‘innovative’ NPD in May 2018, following a major relaunch in S… Visit http://www.bakeryinfo.co.uk today for more information!
Allied Bakeries have announced this week that they are putting the price of their bread up again to grocers. This follows large financial losses in the last trading year. We don’t know yet what the increases are likely to be.
Warburtons who dd not put their prices up earlier this year will be putting their price up in January 2018.
Hovis have not made announcements in the press what their intentions are yet.
Roberts Bakery is to host ‘high tea’ in a pop-up restaurant suspended above Manchester’s Etihad Stadium. For one day only, the Cheshire-based fami… Visit http://www.bakeryinfo.co.uk today for more information!
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Allied Bakeries has been hit by “significant margin decline” as a result of low prices and cost pressure, according to parent company Associated Bri… Visit http://www.bakeryinfo.co.uk today for more information!
Exciting times ahead in the re-branding of Roberts Bakery. Something different in the bakery category that should make their range stand out on shelf. Roberts Bakery is a business that is in a crowded market place and really does have to stand out from the rest of the bakery section as it is really competitive. The new rolls look different and so are the 6oog Bloomers.
What a start to the year it has been so far. We had Trump, Brexit , Angus, Barbara ,Conor and now Doris, and if that wasn’t bad enough bread prices are going up very soon.
Bread has been too cheap for too long in my opinion, and now because of continued rising costs in the living wage, rates increase , fuel and the deflation of the pound against the dollar and euro. The pound buys you roughly 15% less than before the Brexit referendum, and so a lot of the commodities like on Palm Oil, Softeners & Improvers, Yeast, Soya Flour, Bread Bags and Corrugate, are all costing more to buy.
The average price of a loaf in most supermarkets and discounters is £1 , even for the UK No1 brand Warburtons. I suppose that you have to agree that this works out at just 12.5p for 100g of bread, and you cant buy 100g of many foods for 12.5p. Even cat food is more expensive.
Felix Pouch With Chicken In Jelly 100g is just £0.40.
The problem now is the price marked £1 loaf, is that going to disappear from our shelves? as it will not be viable to hold the price. The consumers love to buy price marked products, it’s a proven fact. Maybe we will see the PMP at £1.09, who knows.
We as always will try and keep our pricing for PMP (price marked packs) at £1 as it is the only way we can compete in the world of bakery competitively. This is going to be a temporary measure for now to help protect sales and keep consumers.
Our other breads have to go up and it is the same for all the brands. Hovis, Kingsmill and Roberts have announced that they are to increase their breads, only Warburtons haven’t yet, but inevitably will follow suit soon. Watch this space.
Coultons Bread Ltd are proud to be associated with this prestigious charity event, held at Greenmount Cricket Club in Tottington, Bury in Lancashire , and are main sponsors under their Bakestone brand banner.
The organisers behind this event are Andrew and Terri Eccles who are the Tenant landlords of the local pub “The Dungeon Inn” located in the village of Tottington, and they work tirelessly all year round to raise money for the Help for Heroes charity. They organise fundraising events throughout the year to raise awareness and last year they raised an awesome amount of money.
The community really did dig deep, but this year we are hoping to raise even more.
The charity itself needs to raise millions each year to help as many ex-servicemen and women as possible get back to leading a full life just like many of us are fortunate to have.
If you would like to know where all the money goes and the great work Help for Heroes does, then visit their website Help for heroes website
There are just a few tickets left for this “Black Tie” gala dinner and if you would like to join us at this prestigious event, you can buy the tickets from Andrew or Terri at The Dungeon Inn The Dungeon Inn, Tottington ,or if you can’t come along and wish to donate please feel free to do so, or just pop into the pub any time all year round as they have collecting tins on the bar.