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Lovingly Artisan's Kombucha Sourdough won the 2019 Bakery Innovation of the Year award

WMAW: ‘People ask for it like it’s the Holy Grail’

Lovingly Artisan secured the Bakery Innovation of the Year award for its Kombucha Sourdough. Marketing director Catherine Connor explains why the loaf is so special.

Baking Industry Awards to take place in January 2021

The Baking Industry Awards 2020 will now take place at the Royal Lancaster London, on Wednesday 20 January 2021.

Video: How it feels to win a Baking Industry Award

On Wednesday 5 September British Baker revealed the 10 companies and individuals to be honoured with a Baking Industry Award 2018.

WMAW: ‘You need to get out there and stand out from the crowd’

With multiple awards under her belt, including the Baking Industry Awards Rising Star 2017, Jessica Dalton is already making a name for herself in the industry.

WMAW: ‘I’m hoping I can be an inspiration for others’

Dawn Gemmell received an award for Outstanding Contribution to the Baking Industry. Here she shares her career highlights and how she hopes to be an inspiration to the next generation of bakers.

Deadline extended for Baking Industry Awards entries!

We have given businesses and individuals one more week to enter the 2018 Baking Industry Awards.

Katie-Joy Woods, winner of the 2017 BIA Customer Focus Award
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WMAW: "Winning has given me a real sense of achievement"

What really goes into building an award-winning customer relationship? Katie-Joy Woods, bakery technologist at Campden BRI, explains…

WMAW: “It’s recognised by others in the industry, so it’s very special”

Winning a Baking Industry Award for celebration cakes is no mean feat, and winning one multiple times is a truly incredible achievement.

WMAW: "Enter the awards because you believe in your products"

Key to success in free-from is ensuring you can match the quality and flavour of gluten-containing products, says
Sam Benjamin from Too Good To Be Gluten Free

Iceland and M&S clash over crumpet advert

Iceland has been rapped by the advertising watchdog for running an ad describing its crumpets as better in quality than Marks & Spencer’s.

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