The pandemic has fundamentally altered the way people snack, shifting away from on-the-go treats towards at-home eating – and baking! Our vulnerability has been forced into the spotlight, placing greater emphasis on health; the restricted footfall in...
Ulusoy Un Sanayi Ve Ticaret A.S. – one of Turkey’s largest flour millers and grain traders – has received a cash injection from an EBRD and TSKB co-financing programme, created in 2016 to improve and simplify access to finance for small- to medium-sized...
Brand owner pladis – the snacking company behind the beloved UK McVitie’s brand – is encouraging budding chefs to release their imaginations and conceive a game-changing indulgence using the salty, sweet and crunchy chocolate covered pretzels.
Traditional bakeries typically have the proper food safety measures in place onsite, but what some may have failed to realise is that when switching to an online and home delivery service, the rules, regulations and requirements change.
ZenB and ChicP are sustainable snack brands committed to fighting the good cause; Peacasa is inviting you to take part in the birth of its innovation; and Davina Steel and Good Dee’s capitalise on the at-home baking trend that’s at all-time high.
Baking has become one of the nation’s biggest boredom breakers to fill the days in lockdown – but this has resulted in shortages of flour and yeast – leading the Real Bread Campaign to weigh in with recipes and tips to overcome the challenge.
Globally, the home baking trend has seen a revival as the sudden explosion of stress, boredom and need for comfort has changed consumer habits. So, how better to embrace your inner baker than with a batch of warm chocolate chip cookies?
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.