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Pie firm strikes Ocado supply deal

Doncaster-based The Topping Pie Company has signed to supply online grocery supermarket ocado.com.

2014 Great British Pie Awards
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Pie Awards add gluten-free category

The British Pie Awards have introduced a new Free From Gluten category, as the competition officially opens for entries today.

Nick Hewer presents the award
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Fudge firm scoops marketing award

A Cornish fudge company, The Buttermilk Confectionery Co, has won a marketing award for its product and brand development, which allowed it to enter into the national market.

New Chevler acquisition increases production

Chevler, the manufacturer of baking cases and muffin, has clinched a deal for the production rights and machinery of a mini-loaf cake maker that will dramatically increase its output.

Coup de Pates
Coup de Pates launches seasonal goodies
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Coup de Pates launches Christmas products

Coup de Pates, formerly Delice de France, has launched a Christmas brochure featuring seasonal products to help caterers profit this year. 

The Pasty:
top 80 world foods
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Cornish Pasty makes top 80 global foods list

The Cornish Pasty has been dubbed one of the top 80 world foods by a team of foodie experts.

Kim Kardashian breaks the baking industry, as well as the internet

If you haven’t seen THOSE pictures of Kim Kardashians derrière yet, then you can see them recreated in cake versions!

Genesis Crafty breads:
the new range will be launched in Waitrose
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Genesis Crafty launches speciality breads to Waitrose

Northern Irish bakery firm Genesis Crafty has launched a new range of speciality breads into 200 Waitrose stores throughout the UK.

Warbeartons:
the new Paddington on-pack promotion
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Warburtons in Paddington Bear cinema promotion

Warburtons has launched a new on-pack cinema promotion in line with its Warbeartons campaign.

Greencore news sparks Twitter’s best sandwich offerings

Following The Daily Mail’s front page, which asked the question ‘Is there no one left in Britain who can make a sandwich?’, consumers took to twitter to prove them… right.

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