November

Brand clinic: a question of choice

Don Williams, CEO of brand and design consultancy Pi Global, bewails the pressure group coercion that forces beloved brands to change

Easy-Pie.com (a subsidiary of Easy-Dough.com)

Alan Stuart is MD of Stuarts of Buckhaven and president of Scottish Bakers

Qi brings taste of China to UK

Qi Teas offers a wide range of premium teas, which are grown and prepared in the remote Yellow Mountain region of China. They include organic green teas, loose-leaf, energy, lifestyle and golden black teas, which are available in either 25 envelope, string or tag teabags, or 100g loose-leaf packs.

CSM nibbles at market

The Readi-Bake range of frozen Petits Crolines is designed to produce fresh-tasting, quality nibbles for buffets.

Solae sells belief in soya

New functional ingredient Fibrim 1270 is targeted at bakers looking to make their products healthier and more cheaply.

Electrolux wins recognition for fast grill

Electrolux Professional's HSG Panini Grill has won a gold award at the first Lunch! 2010 Innovation Challenge, which identifies cutting-edge innovations in the food-to-go sector.

Peter's cuts a new slice

Peter's Premier 'All Day Breakfast' slice is a new product that aims to tempt on-the-go consumers.

Focus on promotion

By Max Jenvey of Oxxygen Marketing Partnership, a strategic business firm, specialising in the bakery, foodservice and convenience retail sectors

Pies curry Scots' favour

Two of Scotland's favourite snacks, the curry and the pie, have come together in a new product. Created by a partnership between Mister Singh's India restaurant, McGhee's Bakery and Pars Foods, the pastry pie contains an authentic curry recipe, chicken ambala from India's Punjab region.

No flakes for Délifrance

Délifrance UK claims to have launched 'flake-free' pastry slices, to making snacking easier for on-the-go consumers. Available in cheese & tomato, spinach & ricotta and smoked bacon & cheese varieties, the slices are ready to bake from frozen in 30 minutes. They come in packs of 70 and can be served hot or cold.

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