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Bakers Basco was set up to manage an industry-standard bread basket for the bakery industry. Pic: Bakers Basco

Bakers Basco reports a drop in bakery equipment attrition rates

By Gill Hyslop

Omega bread baskets and dolly equipment play a vital role in the supply chain to ensure the continuous daily supply of bread and associated products from bakeries to supermarket shop floors across the UK. Yet they’re often taken unlawfully and used by...

The European Union's deforestation regulation is set to come into force on 31 December 2024. Pic: WCF

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European Union to delay ‘high risk’ element of deforestation bill

By Anthony Myers

The European Union (EU) has signalled its intent to delay the most controversial parts of its anti-deforestation regulation (EUDR) after protests by governments in Asia, Africa, and Latin America described the low, standard, or high-risk benchmarking...

The Modernist Bread School is designed to take budding home bakers through the art of breadmaking. Pic: GettyImages/mstwin

Learn the fundamentals of making crave worthy bread at home

By Gill Hyslop

The team behind the 2,438-page Modernist Cuisine: The Art and Science of Cooking – described as ‘the cookbook to end all cookbooks’ – is now offering free classes to master the art of breadmaking from the comfort of your kitchen.

Children will discover for themselves how Real Bread starts in a field, not a factory. Pic: Real Bread Campaign

Real Bread Campaign advocates growing your own loaf

By Gill Hyslop

UK food and farming charity Sustain and the Real Bread Campaign have published ‘Bake Your Lawn’ – just in time for spring wheat sowing and planning ahead for winter wheat planting – to inspire breadmakers (be they budding ones or professionals) to grow...

Food swaps to stop biodiversity loss. GettyImages/RealPeopleGroup

Food swaps to stop biodiversity loss

By Donna Eastlake

We’ve all heard of the rallying World War Two cry, ‘Dig for Victory’, urging citizens to combat food shortages by growing fruits and vegetable in their allotments and gardens. Well, now people are being urged to make food swaps to stop biodiversity loss....

The salty snack sector has witnessed positive growth, largely due to the vast array of products available in Europe and their relative affordability GettyImages/Moyo Studio

Salty snack supply set to grow and diversify in 2024

By Natasha Spencer-Joilliffe

Affordable, better-for-you and flavourful salty snacks lead producers’ formulation considerations in 2024, while creating resilient crops and exploring the metaverse landscape drive the wider value chain.

Source: Incredo

Incredo Sugar G2 provides versatility across categories

By Deniz Ataman

Foodtech company Incredo expands its sugar reduction solutions with the launch of Incredo Sugar G2, a concentrated version of its clean label, protein-sucrose blend Incredo Sugar made from cane and/or beet sugar and a dairy- or plant-based protein to...

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ABA updates bylaws

By Gill Hyslop

The updated organizational governance underscores the American Bakers Association’s (ABA) commitment to advancing the interests of its members through procedural best practices and transparent processes.

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