Your new gateway to the baking industry, the bakeryinfo.co.uk website will offer a selection of the bits of both magazine titles, while also providing a sneak preview of upcoming news and feature exclusives.
On top of that, in the coming months we will be offering a whole host of online exclusives, from recipes to reader offers, so keep your eyes peeled!
On our home page, you will find out what’s coming up in our next issue, as we trail the biggest news stories and features for the week. We will also tell you about any upcoming specials, such as our popular recipe supplements, the latest of which came free with British Baker last week. The Around the World Recipes supplement featured a selection of great commercially scaled-up international recipes. A selection of the recipes, including those from top names including TV chef Paul Rankin (pictured) and bakery writer Richard Bertinet, will appear in our dedicated recipes section on bakeryinfo.co.uk.
Featured regularly in the pages of British Baker are recipes from some of the top bakers and confectioners in their fields working in the UK today, such as Dan Lepard and Paul Hollywood, which will also appear on bakeryinfo.co.uk. From Irish soda bread to French pain de campagne, Indonesian salmon baguette to Italian slipper pizza - all our recipes are there to inspire you and introduce you to classic products.
You’ll also find some old recipes that we’ve scoured the archives for, as well as tips on how to create an impact with seasonal decorations.
== online archive ==
Need to track down that elusive recent news story about a hot new bakery deal that took place recently, but don’t have the time to flick through your back issues of British Baker? Then search our online archive resource and find it in a flash.
While you’re there, why not participate in our monthly online poll, with which we hope to gauge your views on key issues. This month we ask: what is the biggest challenge facing your bakery business - is it energy prices, training and recruitment, the cost of ingredients, or the supermarkets? Visit bakeryinfo.co.uk and let us know.
The bakeryinfo.co.uk website also offers a useful online diary, listing all the relevant bakery and food industry events coming up, from conferences and exhibitions, to courses on plant baking and classes on sugar craft. Are you hosting a bakery event? Visit bakeryinfo.co.uk and publicise it by listing it easily online yourself.
Are you new to baking and looking for more information on how to progress in the industry? Our comprehensive list of links to non-commercial industry bodies and trade associations will steer you along the right path. And if you’re looking for a new job, or you’re an employer with a vacancy, visit our online Jobs section. For further details, contact our recruitment sales on 01293 610460, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Finally, if you need to know anything about British Baker or Bake & Take, from circulation figures to advertising opportunities, contact details or a downloadable copy of our media pack for 2007, then bakeryinfo.co.uk is the place to go. If you’d like to subscribe to either magazine or register for our email updates on breaking news and new online features, you can now do so easily through the website. In the meantime, watch this space! n