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2 Sisters own brands such as Fox's Biscuits
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2 Sisters ‘beyond unreasonable’ on contract, says supplier

2 Sisters Food Group has been accused of setting terms which were “beyond unreasonable” by a supplier.

Blaze at McVitie’s factory contained

Around 100 workers were reportedly evacuated from United Biscuit’s Mcvitie’s Stockport factory, after some digestives caught fire.

Robin Jones, Village Bakery managing director
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BIA 12 Days of Christmas: The Village Bakery looks to baking academy to inspire new generation of bakers

On the fifth day of the BIA 12 Days of Christmas feature, British Baker presents to you The Village Bakery’s view on 2015, and its delight with 2014.

BIA 12 Days of Christmas: Wild Thexton goes into partnership with The Bread Factory

Tom Thexton, winner of the BIA Rising Star Award runs a gluten-free bakery called Wild Thexton, and told British Baker of his huge plans to open a new completely gluten-free bakery with The Bread Factory.

Gavin Darby:
premier foods chief executive reconsiders scheme
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Premier Foods backtracks on ‘pay and stay’ scheme

Premier Foods has promised to ‘simplify’ its controversial investment programme, after it hit the headlines last week. 

Premier Foods: the highs and lows

After the controversy that has emerged around Premier Foods regarding its 'pay and stay' policy, British Baker looks back at the company's highlights and lowlights over the past few years.

The company own brands such as Mr Kipling
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Premier defends ‘pay and stay’ practice

Premier Foods has denied claims it has been ‘blackmailing’ companies into investing money – to stay as its suppliers.

Graham's Bakery:
the company will launch its mini range into Dubai
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Bakery secures Dubai deal

Northern Irish-based business Grahams Bakery has embarked on international expansion plans after winning a contract in Dubai.

Production disruption of Jacobs crackers may now be avoided
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UB Jacobs factory strike suspended

The strike at United Biscuit’s (UB) Jacob’s factory in Liverpool has been suspended to allow time for talks to resolve the dispute around sick pay.

Aryzta Food:
the company has seen positive growth in its first quarter
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Aryzta reports European revenue rise for first quarter

Aryzta, the Swiss frozen bakery giant, has seen revenue up 7% for Food Europe to £320.1m (404.1m), in its first-quarter trading statement.

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