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21 January, 2017

Greggs to convert Birmingham bakery into ‘logistics centre of excellence’

High street bakery chain Greggs has revealed plans to convert its bakery in Birmingham into a distribution centre.

Food to go and casual dining businesses are being encouraged to use seasonal-themed packaging to mark special occasions such as Valentine’s Day.

Professional chefs from around the UK will face off next week with the return of The Sausage Roll Off.

Speciality ingredients supplier Cornelius has appointed Adrian Barnfield as sales manager.

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Foodservice information service MCA – owned by British Baker publisher William Reed Business Media – is next month holding a Food to Go conference

Finsbury Foods has said continued investment will help it address commodity cost inflation, but has warned it may also have to raise prices.

The Apprentice winner Alana Spencer has completed the transition to her cake firm’s brand from Narna’s Cakes to Ridiculously Rich by Alana.

Addo Food Group-owned Tottle Bakery has launched a new Pork, Cheddar and Ale pie to celebrate National Cheese Lovers Day (20 January).

French bakery specialist Bridor has launched a new line of four filled croissants to tap the expanding breakfast market.

Readers have less than two weeks left to tell British Baker what the past 12 months have meant for the retail bakery market.

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