Seven day news round-up

26 October, 2015

Délifrance UK has unveiled a new £30m investment

Here’s the British Baker guide to the past seven days and all the stories you need to inform your business decisions.

Obviously, gluten free remains a huge issue in the marketplace – with a new report suggesting nearly 40% of coeliacs are unhappy with the bread and mixes on offer. And, elsewhere, investment at Delifrance was a big lure on bakeryinfo.co.uk

See the top five stories in the past seven days here:

1) Délifrance UK has unveiled a new £30m investment to its bakery in London which has already seen the installation of a state-of-the-art stone baked bread line.

2) Warburtons hopes to revolutionise traditional “on toast” suppers by launching a giant version of its crumpets.

3) A new study has found nearly 40% of coeliac sufferers are critical of gluten-free bread and mixes currently on the market.

4) Wrexham-based Village Bakery has received a double boost from winning an award and an extended contract with supermarket chain The Co-operative.

5) http://www.bakeryinfo.co.uk/news/fullstory.php/aid/14986/Samworth_Brothers_posts_big_profit_increase.html#sthash.YimJ7So6.dpuf





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