Last week was another busy one in the world of bakery – so here’s a round-up of the most read British Baker stories in case you missed them.
There is, it seems, never a quiet moment in bakery. Last week saw IBA take place in Munich and a number of new launches from link-ups with Paul Hollywood to the onset of a new coffee chain.
Here are our top five stories of the last seven days:
1. Real Bread comes out fighting
The campaign has called for a legal definition of sourdough: http://tinyurl.com/n9ve4vp
2. Wiltshire baker takes the National Cupcake crown
Mrs B’s Cakes was the star of the show at the National Cupcake Championships: http://tinyurl.com/oqahur3
3. The Canadians are coming
Second Cup Coffee Company, the Canadian chain, is planning to open 500 UK sites in the next 10 years: http://tinyurl.com/pfhabcf
4. Paul Hollywood does bread
The Great British Bake Off judge launches a new range of premium ready-to-bake rolls: http://tinyurl.com/nkl5dpu
5. Tartisan launches in Nottingham, thinks big
Tartisan, the recently opened bakery in Nottingham, has revealed plans to grow nationally and abroad in the next five years: http://tinyurl.com/pnx5hbo