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Cake and biscuits market in slow growth, but future positive

The biscuit and cake market has seen a “subdued” growth, threatened by home baking and competition between confectionery, health foods and ice cream products.

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Real Good Food business outlook breakdown

Real Good Food posted full-year results including an operating loss of £741,000 for the year to 32 March 2015. 

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Real Good Food company has shed Napier Brown
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Sugar hurts Real Good Food profit, but outlook good

The bakery group Real Good Food made an operating loss of £741,000 last year after it was hit hard following a dispute over sugar. 

Wheat cost helps drive food price inflation

Food prices returned to inflation in July for the first time this year driven in part by the rising cost of wheat, according to latest figures released by the British Retail Consortium. 

Ginsters announces new managing director

Ginsters, the Cornish pasty giant, has announced the appointment of a previous Coca-Cola marketing boss as its new managing director.

Allied Bakeries reviews 23 jobs in streamlining operation

A major restructure at Allied Bakeries will see 23 management and admin roles go under review, including its category director position.

Burton’s in the frame to buy Nakd bars

Burton’s Biscuits, owner of Jammy Dodgers and Maryland Cookies, is reportedly in the running to make a £60m bid for the maker of Nakd bars.

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Danish bakery Lagkagehuset is set to open in the UK
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Danish bakery business to make UK debut

Lagkagehuset, the Danish bakery chain, is set to launch in the UK amid international expansion plans. 

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The Kaak Group is expanding in the UK
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Kaak establishes one-stop bakeware shop in UK

Bakery equipment manufacturer The Kaak Group has expanded in the UK following the acquisition from Aktrion Foods of its tin cleaning and coating division by Benier UK. 

Tate & Lyle reports steadier trading

Global ingredients and food solutions supplier Tate & Lyle says trading performance for its first quarter has been “in line with expectations”.

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