A new report by the Open University Business School reveals the number of small bakery businesses in the UK has increased in recent years, rising to the COVID challenge, but now facing an uncertain future.
To celebrate Black History Month, the campaigner is hosting the ‘No all real bread is white’ webinar to give the microbakery sector the chance to hear from Black owners/workers of Real Bread businesses.
The legacy of the past two years is expected to have a long lasting impact on the craft bakery sector, with the link between diet and overall wellbeing coming more sharply into focus driving the increased use of ‘real’ ingredients and tried-and-tested...
While the Campaign has hailed the Food Standards Agency’s (FSA) strategy for 2022-27, an open letter has called for tougher regulations to recognise the craft sector and level the playing field for small business owners.
For an extremely limited time – Kellogg’s says when it’s gone, it’s gone – the breakfast cereal giant is inviting consumers to celebrate Easter with a Hot Cross Bun cereal; heirloom corn brand Pipcorn is celebrating its 10th birthday with a partnership...
Two Magpies Bakery – which operates four artisan bakeries across the UK – has inaugurated a purpose-built bake school in Suffolk, designed to teach new skills and share trade secrets of artisan baking.
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.
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.