July

British Bakels welcomes students to Bicester

British Bakels welcomed bakery students from Tameside College last week, as they attended a two-day course at the bakery ingredients manufacturer's technical centre in Bicester.

Apprentice star Helen Milligan in new role at Greggs

Helen Milligan has announced she will be the new head of retail for Greggs in the south east, after she was named runner-up in The Apprentice.

Calls for Government to implement traffic light labelling

The House of Lords has voiced its support for the implementation of a traffic light system for nutritional labelling, as it calls for a stronger approach from Government on policies to change consumer behaviour.

Contract boosts growth for Leeds-based bakery

A new deal with independent sandwich chain Philpotts has contributed to Exquisite Handmade Cakes' 30% year-on-year growth over the past two years.

Rowe’s sets out five-year development strategy

Cornish Bakery Rowe's plans to expand its manufacturing space in Falmouth in order to capitalise on the Cornish pasty’s new-found PGI status.

Greggs’ Helen Milligan named Apprentice runner-up

Greggs’ Helen Milligan was named runner-up in The Apprentice final on BBC1 last night (Sunday 17 July), and now looks set to take on a bigger role at the bakery retailer.

Sainsbury’s survey reveals preference for digestives

To mark a major revamp of Sainsbury’s biscuit range, the retailer has published the results of a survey into the nation’s biscuit-eating habits, which has shown the digestive to be the most popular choice.

Commodity costs push up food inflation figure

Surges in the price of key bakery commodities, such as wheat and sugar, helped push annual food inflation to nearly 6% last month more than double the average shop price inflation.

Burton's gets fingers into Walmart's US stores

Burton's Foods has signed a deal with American retail giant Walmart to supply Cadbury Mini Fingers into the majority of its US stores.

British Baker editor sets course for Siena

British Baker is pleased to announce that it has been able to retain the editorial expertise of Sylvia Macdonald, who will leave the magazine at the end of July to undertake a course in intensive Italian at Siena University in Italy.

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