By William Axtell
A week is a long time in bakery – or so it seems. But you can catch up here with our round-up of the biggest stories of the past seven days.
1) Iceland has had one of its bread adverts banned by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) after a complaint it misled the public.
2) Scottish Bakers has launched a new ‘Hero Products’ brochure to assist its exporter members in selling bakery products all over the world.
3) Caffè Nero has launched its first ‘hot food’ menu with a range of Italian-inspired dishes.
4) Costa Coffee has received a string of damning reports from recent hygiene inspections, making it the major high street coffee chain with the most stores rated less than satisfactory.
5) Food ingredients manufacturer Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM) has announced plans to exhibit its expanded range at Food Ingredients Europe 2015.
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The investment comes as the pie manufacturer reveals a rise in turnover and profit for the year to May 2020
The biscuit brand hopes to attract new shoppers and support growth with its new look
The trade association said non-entry rules for takeaway businesses, such as those predominantly serving hot food and food-to-go, are creating ‘near impossible’ trading conditions for some bakers
Aldi, Asda and M&S are among those to unveil hot cross bun NPD with flavours including salted caramel & Belgian chocolate and strawberries & cream
The bakery fusion takes inspiration from a meringue, chocolate chip cookie and Bakewell tart
The sourdough bagels tap into increased demand for sourdough products as well as sandwich alternatives
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