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Gail’s teams up with pyjama brand for bakery takeover

Gail’s Bakery has partnered with luxury pyjama brand Desmond & Dempsey, which is taking over its Portobello Road bakery for a merchandise launch.

Twelve Triangles Bakery is run by Rachel Morgan (left) and head bakery Emily Cuddeford
Twelve Triangles Bakery is run by Rachel Morgan (left) and head bakery Emily Cuddeford
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Twelve Triangles Bakery to open fourth Edinburgh site

Edinburgh-based Twelve Triangles Bakery is to open its fourth site in the city next month.

SSP may open further Paul Hollywood Knead stores

Food-to-go business SSP has said it may open further Knead outlets in partnership with Paul Hollywood despite the closure of the debut site.

Luxury foodie cruise orders boatload of Greggs grub

A luxury cruise ship hosting a 10-day culinary and cultural tour of Northern Europe has stopped off to pick up a Greggs order.

Christmas 2019: Eight bakery brands roll out NPD

The ringing of Christmas bells is getting louder as bakery brands begin unveiling their festive selection.

Pinkmans bakery

Pinkmans doughnuts and buns to go on sale in Japan

Bristol bakery Pinkmans is to sell doughnuts and savoury buns at two Japanese fairs.

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RGF reveals plans to grow cake decorations business

Real Good Food (RGF) is set to shake up its cake decorations range as part of the development of its new streamlined business structure.

Paul UK coffee and croissant

Online sales and NPD drive growth at Paul UK

Turnover at bakery and café brand Paul UK has risen 7.4% in the past year as the business has benefited from new product development and improved technology.

One in four savoury picnic foods are high in salt, according to Action on Salt

Quarter of savoury picnic foods high in salt, says AOS

One in four savoury picnic foods, such as sausage rolls, pasties and quiches, are high in salt, according to research from campaign group Action on Salt (AOS).

Greggs and Pret among 50 firms urging rates shake-up

High street retailers, including Greggs, Pret A Manger and Morrisons, are urging the government to fix the “broken” business rates system.

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