April

Morrisons’ ‘cold cross buns’ exempt from tax?

Morrisons could be rebranding its traditional Easter hot cross buns, following the government’s proposed 20% VAT on hot food products.

Ditty’s Bakery strikes US deal

Ditty’s Bakery will see its products listed in US gourmet and speciality food retailer Dean & DeLuca.

Cornish economy to be blighted by pasty tax

The Cornish Pasty Association (CPA) has spoken out about how the 20% tax on hot takeaway food could affect profitability and jobs in the region.

Greenhalgh’s crafts giant hot cross bun

Greenhalgh’s Craft Bakery has baked a giant hot cross bun, which was unveiled last week at the RSPB’s Saltholme wildlife reserve.

Amos to head up Zeelandia

David Amos has been appointed UK managing director for international bakery ingredients supplier Zeelandia.

Possible early Costa demerger, says analyst

Speculation surrounding the possibility of Costa Coffee demerging from the Whitbread Group is mounting, according to a City analyst.

Starbucks UK creates unique London stores

Ahead of the London 2012 Olympic Games this summer, Starbucks UK is investing £8m to renovate its stores within the capital.

Tesco launches Everyday Value

Tesco is to replace its Tesco Value range with a more brightly-packaged brand, Everyday Value.

Former Premier bosses in £1.4m pay-off

Three former bosses of embattled Premier Foods, the company behind the Hovis and Mr Kipling brands, received pay-offs of more than £1.4m, it was revealed yesterday.

Worshipful Co devises Richemont bakery course

The Worshipful Company of Bakers has organised a prestigious course at the Richemont Bakery School in Lucerne, Switzerland.

My Account

Promotional Features 

Most read

Social