A mix for every occasion

Ingredients manufacturer British Bakels (Bicester, Oxfordshire) offers a range of mixes, fillings and toppings to help bakers make doughnuts.

JBS proves a point

JBS Process Engineering (Market Deeping, Peterborough) has designed a prover and cooler to meet the needs of a high-volume doughnut producer.

RHM Foodservice

RHM Foodservice (Marlow, Bucks) says filling a doughnut with lemon curd, then garnishing with caster sugar and cinnamon, is a simple way to make a spicy lemon doughnut.

BakeMark teams up with Nestlé

BakeMark UK (Wirral, Merseyside) is launching two Nestlé doughnuts – the Rolo and Toffee Crisp.

Cut the fat, keep the taste

Cereform (Northampton) has re-engineered its doughnut mixes so finished product contains 25% less fat.

Simply the zest

With demand for new doughnut flavours, shapes and ideas, Macphie (Glenbervie, Scotland) has launched 5th Avenue Lemon Icing.

GR Wright & Sons

Independent miller GR Wright & Sons (London) offers a US-style donut mix packed in 12kg bags.

Cadbury in-store

Kitchen Range Foods (Huntingdon, Cambs) is building on its Cadbury Mini Dipping Donuts with the launch of Cadbury Twinpack Donuts.

Fill up with versatile mixes

ADM Milling’s (Brentwood, Essex) Bun Mix and Bun & Doughnut Mix and Concentrate are said to produce a variety of doughnut and bun styles, offering good texture and flavour.

Top ideas from K&B

Kluman & Balter (Waltham Cross, Herts) recommends adding icing and edible decorations to doughnuts to add value.

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