February

Lebanon wins sandwich world cup

A chicken and pistachio sandwich made by a chef from Lebanon was named the ‘best sandwich in the world’ at the recent Délifrance International Sandwich Competition, which was held at Lyon’s Sandwich and Snack Show.

Welsh cake firm sees boost from TV's Gypsy Weddings

Traveller brides are relying on ABC Cakes in Shotton to make their Big Fat Gypsy Weddings extra special.

Tesco launches its first bakery apprenticeships

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Brace’s moves into old Warburtons site

Brace’s Bakery has begun its move into Warburtons’ Newport factory in Rogerstone, following the announcement in December that it was to take over the site.

Kingsmill in Young's coatings deal

Kingsmill has teamed up with Young's in a deal that marks the brand's surprise move into the frozen sector.

Millers raise flour prices as wheat costs rise further

In the past two weeks, the price of delivered wheat has risen by a further £11 per tonne, breaking the £230 per tonne highs of the 2007/08 season, with millers, including Rank Hovis and ADM Milling, hiking the price of their flour in return.

Cocoa shortage worry as unrest hits Ivory Coast

Analysts are playing down fears that there could be a cocoa shortage following the political unrest in the Ivory Coast.

‘Man plea’ is centre of new Ginsters drive

Ginsters is to launch a humorous new ad campaign with the aim of encouraging women to allow their partners to eat pies and savoury snacks at home.

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