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Warrens Bakery to open new outlet in Mulberry Walk in Mere Green, Sutton ...
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Warrens Bakery is set to move in next to Card Factory at Mulberry Walk in Mere Green, Sutton Coldfield next month. Warrens Bakery to open new outlet in Mulberry Walk in Mere Green, Sutton Coldfie... X. Share Tweet Share Pin It Email. Copy link to paste ...
- The Independent
Baking requires trust. It's a belief that your hands can transform simple ingredients – flour, sugar, butter – into something much greater than the sum of its parts. It's an act of faith when you close the oven door, confident that a bit of magic will ...
- Tulsa World
Merritt's Bakery is celebrating National Pie Day, Chinese New Year
Merritt's Bakery is celebrating National Pie Day with $3 slices, $3-off whole pies and a chance to find a hidden golden ticket that would earn them free pie for a month for a year. Each location will will have a winner each month: 2832 E. 101st St ...
- France-based bakery group Neuhauser has announced a programme of job cuts in a bid to boost its earnings.
Trump Inauguration Doughnuts Selling Out at Crown Heights Bakery ...
The $1 treats at Gombo's Bakery are decorated with the new president's name and red frosting.
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Sweet justice: Haydel's Bakery truck recovered | wwltv.com
The stolen Haydel's Bakery truck was recovered Friday morning. According to the bakery, it was found by a security guard in St. Charles Parish after being ...
NOLA bakery offering free king cake for a year for info on stolen truckWBRZ
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- Ball State Daily
Bowman Bakery replaces Concannon's doughnuts in dining halls
Ball State Daily
Bowman Bakery, a doughnut shop in Hagerstown, will provide doughnuts to Ball State after Concannon's Bakery decided to stop delivering their pastries last semester. Bowman Bakery's doughnuts will be available at five Ball State dining locations and ...
Food market news of the week - Premier's profit warning, Vegemite sold in latest Mondelez disposal, Bakkavor IPO rumoursPremier Foods, the UK group, this week surprised the market with a profit warning, sparking a slide in its shares and criticism in the City. Mondelez International announced its latest disposal, with Australian dairy Bega Cheese buying a clutch of brands including Vegemite. And possible IPOs grabbed the headlines, with UK own-label supplier Bakkavor rumoured to be mulling plans for a listing and Brazilian meat giant BRF confirming it is considering offering shares in halal arm OneFoods.
Food market quotes of the week - Premier Foods explains profit woes, Bega Cheese hails acquisition, BRF confirms OneFoods IPO under considerationPremier Foods CEO Gavin Darby this week came to the market to announce a profit warning for the UK group, Bega Cheese's executive chairman was upbeat as the Australian dairy snapped up a clutch of Mondelez International brands and BRF confirmed it could list halal division OneFoods.
- Unilever, Danone and Mars are among the companies to have supported an "action plan" by business that has an aim for 70% of plastic packaging to be reused and recycled.
LJ Iyengar Bakery: Rising from the south
Once a quiet, tree-shaded suburb of Mysuru, Kuvempu Nagar hasn't been able to stave off the deliberate march of urban development. Two-wheelers zip up and down its streets, adding a noisy soundtrack, while an outcrop of new businesses competes for ...
- The global food industry believes international trade could become more restricted under Donald Trump as the property magnate-turned-politician prepares to be sworn in as US President later today (20 January).
- A lack of transparency behind the EU health claims approval process is stifling innovation and proving costly to businesses, the director of a global ingredients firm has claimed.
- The Dutch brewing giant Heineken has confirmed talks with the Japanese group Kirin to buy its Brazilian beer business.
- Moy Park has appointed Andrew Richards as its new commercial director for its UK and Ireland operations.
- Leading food companies, including PepsiCo and French foodservice firm Sodexo, have joined a pan-European partnership to boost innovation, growth and job creation.
- US President-elect Donald Trump has nominated Sonny Perdue, the former Governor of the state of the Georgia, as the Secretary of the country's Department of Agriculture.
- Professional chefs from around the UK will face off next week with the return of The Sausage Roll Off.
- Food to go and casual dining businesses are being encouraged to use seasonal-themed packaging to mark special occasions such as Valentine’s Day.
- Foodservice information service MCA – owned by British Baker publisher William Reed Business Media – is next month holding a Food to Go conference
- High street bakery chain Greggs has revealed plans to convert its bakery in Birmingham into a distribution centre.
- Speciality ingredients supplier Cornelius has appointed Adrian Barnfield as sales manager.
- Spain-based group Ebro Foods has snapped up local organic business Vegetalia.
- George Weston Ltd., the owner of Canada-based bakery group Weston Foods and retail giant Loblaw, today (19 January) announced a series of management changes.
- UK meat exporters are preparing to break into the lucrative US market, after receiving training on US beef and lamb import regulations last week, the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB) revealed.
- This week's profit warning from Premier Foods plc dismayed the market with analysts expressing concern about the UK group's ability to pass on Brexit-linked cost increases, the performance of its brands and its promotional strategy.
- Food manufacturers must adapt to new markets ahead of Brexit, and add value wherever they can, said the Oxford Farming Conference’s chairman.
- Eighteen months ago, Ross McMahon saved the former Heinz factory in Kendal from closure. Now, business is thriving.
- While the Apprenticeship Levy – which comes into force in April – has benefits, some fear its challenges may require the help of magic to overcome.
- Nestle, PepsiCo, Unilever and Kellogg are among the companies to have signed up to a global initiative aimed at improving food sourcing, reducing waste and supporting "adjustments" in food production methods to promote "healthy and sustainable diets".
- Nestlé have joined Chinese authorities in investigating factories in producing £12M worth of counterfeited food seasonings and sauces, including fake Nestlé products.
- Speciality cake and bread manufacturer Finsbury Food Group reported “solid trading” in its half-year financial update, despite UK sales falling by 2.9%.
- UK cake maker Finsbury Food Group revealed this morning (19 January) its first-half sales remained "flat" and predicted that it will have to hike prices in the second half of the year to offset increased costs.
- Addo Food Group-owned Tottle Bakery has launched a new Pork, Cheddar and Ale pie to celebrate National Cheese Lovers Day (20 January).
- The Apprentice winner Alana Spencer has completed the transition to her cake firm’s brand from Narna’s Cakes to Ridiculously Rich by Alana.
- Finsbury Foods has said continued investment will help it address commodity cost inflation, but has warned it may also have to raise prices.
- French bakery specialist Bridor has launched a new line of four filled croissants to tap the expanding breakfast market.
- In an uncertain business environment, with executives watching closely how the incoming President Trump could affect areas from regulations to trade, how the UK's Brexit talks could unfold and how major European economies will vote in a series of elections in 2017, where are the opportunities for M&A in the international food sector this year? Dean Best reports.
- The Apprentice winner Alana Spencer has completed her bakery firm’s brand transition to Ridiculous Rich by Alana, as January proves to be its busiest month so far.
- Iceland’s suppliers are to benefit directly from the retailer’s second phase of a £5M investment programme at its headquarters in Deeside, Wales, claimed the retailer.
- An organic variant of an established dietary fibre was the main attraction at Taiyo’s stand during last month’s Health Ingredients Europe show, which took place in Frankfurt.
- For the second year running we are partnering with Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, as they create a tropical festival of beautiful Indian orchids inside their Princess of Wales Conservatory.
To help celebrate, we’re baking our own Indian spiced Cardamom Buns in our neighbourhoods near Kew. Pop in to our bakeries in Chiswick, Barnes, Wimbledon Village, Parsons Green, Fulham Road, East Sheen, Richmond, Neo Bankside and Soho to try one.
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- 2 Sisters has denied union claims that Brexit was to blame for the planned 280 job losses at The Pizza Factory.
- Food manufacturing heroes are being sought to win the BBC’s coveted Future Food Award, part of the broadcaster’s Food & Farming Awards 2017.
- The owner of a halal butchery business has been ordered to pay more than £7,500 for nine food safety breaches, after mouse droppings were found in a meat display and walk-in fridge.
- Up to 89% of global manufacturing businesses – including food and drink manufacturers – have been affected by fraud in the past 12 months, according to analyst Kroll.
- Food and drink manufacturers could soon benefit from an ‘Internet of Packaging’ system developed by UK technology firm Hanhaa, following overseas investment.
- Premier Foods has launched a £10M cost-saving plan, after it reported a 10% drop in annual expected profit in its third-quarter trading update.
- Premier Foods, the UK group behind brands including Mr Kipling cakes and Ambrosia custard, today (18 January) warned annual profits could be 10% lower than it expected, in part due to its struggles in passing on Brexit-linked cost increases.
- Australia-based food group Goodman Fielder has announced a shake-up of its baking business across the country which is expected to lead to more than 200 redundancies.
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