Welsh bakery chain Ferraris had its headquarters in Hirwaun, south Wales "severely damaged" after a fire broke out on 19 April.
The first floor of the two-storey building at the Bryngelli industrial estate was badly burned by fire. Ten firefighters in breathing apparatus tackled the blaze with two hose reels, one main jet, a thermal imaging camera and two ventilation fans.
There were no injuries and, despite the fire, all staff were said to be in work and production is continuing. Ferraris, which has 60 shops across south Wales, went into administration one week before Christmas.
However, in February, the company was bought by Best Bakeries, saving 600 jobs. No-one at the company was available for comment.