The Craft Bakers Association (CBA) – which represents approximately 500 bakery businesses in England, Wales and Northern Ireland – reports the sector has become very dynamic on the back of the coronavirus outbreak.
BEMA – Bakery Equipment Manufacturers Allied – is hosting an online event to raise money and awareness for The Women’s Bakery, which works to empower women, who produce nutritious bread for East African communities.
Corbion has been granted a European patent for its fruit ferments containing natural organic acids and other flavour compounds, which can be used in bakery applications, as well as meats, sauces and dressings.
BakeryandSnacks has enlisted Chris Hook, business director of Warburtons Gluten Free, on its on its Editorial Advisory Board, which will enable the site to maintain its position at the coalface of news, regulations, new product development and technological...
San Miguel Corporation (SMC) is fighting hunger in the Philippines with its vitamin-packed breads it originally produced in the 1970s to be distributed primarily to public elementary school students as a complete meal, in a bid to combat malnutrition.
While many of the UK’s family-owned and run artisanal bakeries have been hard hit by the coronavirus outbreak, several have modified their business models to ensure their freshly-baked treats continue to get out to consumers.