According to social media analysis, positivity about The Great British Bake Off (GBBO) has plummeted 41% since the show announced it would leave the BBC.
This week we celebrate the eighth year of National Cupcake Week (19-25 September) for all you sweet-toothed baking enthusiasts and we want to know what you will be whipping up for the next seven days.
High street sandwich chain Subway has set up the company’s first ever Instagram account, aiming to create a community around conceptually high-quality content.
The Duchess of Cornwall posed for a selfie at The Social Bite café in Edinburgh while HRH The Prince of Wales flipped pancakes.
David Smart, president of the Craft Bakers’ Association (CBA) has claimed the clean eating movement is a “cutesy one-liner aiming to sell books.”
The food industry is at the heart of the smart phone revolution, according a recent seminar on social media use at Foodex 2016.
Customers have been left bemused after “well-fired” loaves with black crusts started appearing on Sainsbury’s shelves.
Swedish bakery supplier Lantmännen Unibake UK has launched a Mini Signature Selection, made up of Danish pastries.
A tax on sugar will not solve the obesity crisis, the chief executive of the independent social enterprise think tank 2020health has warned.
Coffee chains Costa Coffee and Starbucks and bakery giant Greggs both appear in the top 10 ranking of companies leading the way in social media.
The Bad Boys’ Bakery is reportedly set to grow – after reducing the amount of reoffending for former Brixton Prison inmates.
As usual the internet, particularly social media, has been quick to react in the light of the criticism of Premier Foods.
The Good Loaf Community Interest Company has been granted £386,487 of National Lottery funding to employ female ex-offenders.
Today marks a week until the long-awaited Baking Industry Awards (BIA) - the baking industry’s answer to the Oscars!
The finalists for this year’s Baking Industry Awards (BIA) have been announced – and they are already causing a stir on social media.
A community bakery in Scotland, Fife, is fired up to support social entrepreneurs by sharing its business secrets.