Friary Mill Bakery is to present the Plymouth Argyle team with a massive pasty as a ‘well done’ from the town for their 0-0 draw against Liverpool last weekend.

Bolton Wanderers staff gave Sam Allardyce a welcome present when he returned to his former club last weekend.

Bakery chain Greggs is introducing sourdough pasties with less than 300 calories and up to two-thirds less fat and saturated fat than its standard pasty.

Cornish pasty maker Proper Cornish has established a Taste of Cornwall café at Gloucestershire County Cricket Club (GCCC).

Helston-based company The Good Food Bakery has launched what it claims is the world’s first gluten-free Cornish pasty after taking four years to develop the product.

Pasties under threat?

22 June, 2016

The Cornish Pasty Association (CPA) has raised concerns that a Brexit could invalidate the PGI status that protects their products.

Chunk of Devon, the artisan wholesale pastry manufacturer, is celebrating after winning 10 Taste of the West Awards, which brings its award tally to 88.

Warrens Bakery, the Cornwall-based bakery, has released a limited-edition mincemeat pasty for Christmas.

Prima Bakeries, the Cornish company, has just invested £100,000 as it anticipates major growth for the brand. 

A leading historian has claimed that the Cornish pasty was actually not founded in Cornwall.

Pasty concept Phat Pasty has seen sales surge thanks in part to a big increase in the number of universities selling its products and using its branded counters and point-of-sale material.

Stop the Week: online

10 July, 2015

This week's Stop the Week looks at a wildlife penchant for Cornish pasties and what people will do for a bacon sarnie. 

Peter’s Food Service has moved into the snack market after launching a new multipack pasty product.

Pasty company Proper Cornish is to open its new £6.5m factory in Bodmin this June.

Pasty company Proper Cornish Group has appointed two senior personnel to focus on increasing sales and turnover. 

It is now possible to order pasties online from Cornish farm shop Etherington Meats. 

A report into food waste in Britain has found that Morrisons turned away more than 9,000 pasties after a delivery van turned up 15 minutes late.

Greggs has launched its hot dog product into 1,700 shops, after New Yorkers approved the recipe. 

The Phat Pasty Co has launched two halal products as part of its exotic range of pastries.

Trevithick Bakery is sending 6,000 pasties to Brittany as part of an international festival being held from 1-10 August.

Kerry Foods has relocated production of its pasties to ensure that the pastries keep their Cornish status. 

The government has performed a dramatic u-turn on its tax for hot pies and pasties.

The move comes after weeks of sustained campaigning by the baking industry, including British Baker's own e-petition, a campaign by Greggs, the largest retail baker in the country, and a demonstration by the industry at Westminster which saw a petition of half a million signatures handed in at Number 10.

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