June

Consumers shielded from price rises, claims report

Food retailers are shielding customers from the full impact of soaring commodity prices, according to figures produced by the British Retail Consor- tium (BRC).

Consumer Tracking Fairtrade

Fairtrade beverage producers must continue to innovate to cater for both older and more affluent consumers as well as younger professionals, according to new research conducted on behalf of Aimia Foods.

N&W shows support for Fairtrade

Beverage machine manufacturer N&W is celebrating after successfully showcasing its equip- ment in conjunction with Percol, the Fairtrade and organic coffee brand, at Caffè Culture.

Construction starts on Warburtons' £45m plant

Work is under way on Warburtons' £45 million new 'super-bakery' in Bristol, which is expected to employ 450 staff and produce 1.5 million products each week.

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Scottish community seeks to save bakery

Residents of Dunbar in East Lothian are so concerned about the possible closure of the William Smith's bakery, that they are putting together a plan for the local community to buy it.

Ryvita and Jordans join forces

International food, ingredients and retail group Associated British Foods (ABF) has announced the merger of W Jordan & Son (Silo) ('Jordans') and its Ryvita Crispbread business.

Irwin's pushes into Irish Republic with bread deal

Northern Ireland bakery Irwin's has broken new commercial ground by securing contracts to supply its Nutty Krust batch bread to retailers in the Irish Republic.

Website bakery resource goes live

The Bakery School, a web-based online resource tool, went live on 31 May.

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