The National Association of British & Irish Millers is changing its name to UK Flour Millers as part of a rebrand aimed at raising the industry’s profile at a pivotal time in its history, thanks to Britain’s recent departure from the EU.
Renowned TV chef Julia Child couldn’t have penned the world’s passion for the soft, sweet, indulgent treat more aptly. BakeryandSnacks celebrates Cake Week (August 31-September 6) by examining what consumers really want when it comes to their favourite...
The coronavirus outbreak has brought out the inner baker in many of us, with the number of people searching ‘bread’ and ‘cookies’ hitting an all-time high and encouraging big brand names to release their treasured recipes.
Most people won’t be spending this Easter with important family and friends – thanks to the coronavirus crisis – but that’s not going to stop them from being more tempted than usual to bake up an aromatic batch of steaming hot cross buns, says Mintel.
A survey by the National Association of British and Irish Flour Millers (NABIM) has revealed that younger British bakers (18-25 year olds) are embracing Parisian specialities like croissants and Pan au Chocolate.