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.
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.