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Growth in its own retail outlets has driven a strong performance by Bristol-based pie chain Pieminister in the past year.
Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural affairs Andrea Leadsom has published the UK Food and Drink: International Action Plan from 2016 to 2020 – outlining the encouragement for export growth in the baking industry.
Keighley-based crisp sandwich business Mr Crisp has announced that it is going mobile by catering for weddings.
Alan Gordon, the well-known PR and marketing expert, who launched his own agency, Merlin Publicity, has died of a cardiac arrest.
British Baker would like to take the opportunity to thank all of its generous sponsors at the recent Baking Industry Awards, held on 7 September at the Park Lane Hilton, London.
Finalists and winners in the Baking Industry Awards have been in the media spotlight since the ceremony at London’s Hilton Park Lane hotel last week.
British Baker held its annual Baking Industry Awards at the Hilton Park Lane, London last night and, during the evening we caught up with the winners of the categories.
British Baker is delighted to announce that Vince Bamford will be joining the magazine as the new editor, effective 10 October.
A leading manufacturer of automated handling equipment for the baking industry, Newsmith Stainless, will bring its extensive expertise in bakery goods production equipment to this year’s International Baking Industry Exposition (IBIE) in Las Vegas.
Calling all bakery professionals, this is your last call to book yourself a place at the Baking Industry Awards, with only a handful of places up for grabs.
Bakery professionals hoping to attend this year’s Baking Industry Awards are advised to make their bookings without delay.
Time is running out to get your tickets for the Baking Industry Awards (BIAs) 2016. Most have gone, and we don’t want you to miss out.
Bob Burns, founder of Glastonbury bakery Burns the Bread, is to be awarded an MBE for his services to charity and the community he lives in.
Time is running out to get your tickets for the Baking Industry Awards (BIAs) 2016. Over 80% have already gone, and we don’t want you to miss out.
Think you have left it too late to enter the Baking Industry Awards (BIA)? Think again - the deadline has just been extended to 20 May.
It’s the biggest night in bakery – the event when the whole of the industry comes together.
Are you the very best in bakery? If so, time is running out to enter the prestigious Baking Industry Awards.
Warburtons’ chairman Jonathan Warburton has said that the baking industry doesn’t get enough credit for its work on reducing salt levels.
Do you have what it takes to compete against the very best in the industry?
Tim Mann, head chef of Patisserie Mark Bennett in Poole, Dorset has judged a charity bake-off in aid of Poole Housing Partnership’ s (PHP’s) Creative Arts for Dementia.
The Baking Industry Awards may have been and gone for 2015 - but you can relive the glamour of the fabulous evening thanks to our exclusive video.
The prestigious Baking Industry Awards took place at London's Park Lane Hilton and were hosted by Claudia Winkelman.
Time is running out to guarantee your place at this year’s Baking Industry Awards (BIA) – the place to be seen in the baking industry.
Time is running out to nominate someone for the Outstanding Contribution to the Baking Industry accolade.
The entry for British Baker’s prestigious Baking Industry Awards has been extended.
The election outcome is still uncertain
With six days to go until the election a British Baker poll has placed the Conservatives out in front, commanding 48% of the vote.
Bakery Market Report 2015
Time is running out to complete the Bakery Business Survey.
In a turbulent and exciting year for the baking industry, British Baker looks back at the big stories from 2014.
The Glanbia oatmeal plant
Glanbia Nutritionals, the fast growing foods ingredients company, has developed a new range of gluten free oats for the baking industry.
Oh what a night! I am of course referring to the 2014 Baking Industry Awards, held at the Park Lane Hilton in London, a grand hotel which is well suited to accommodate a very glitzy evening.
Take a look our favourite pictures from the big night!
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The market-leading fully requested and paid for print title serving the UK bakery sector. Our remit and reach includes plant bakeries, craft and artisan retail businesses, farm shops and garden centre chains, supermarket in-store counters, cake shops and coffee chains, wholesale and catering bakery suppliers, plus all allied equipment, ingredients and food to go companies. The magazine contains news, market data, bakery trends, inspiration and retail help, business profiles and new products. It is the conduit via which the professional UK baking industry communicates. Supplements on topic-specific content back the core offer.
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The baking industry is keen to promote its alternative 20% tax solution to the government, saying it understands the government’s desire to reduce anomalies and raise revenue.