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Brits turn to baked goods as source of protein

According to Euromonitor’s latest nutrition research, baked goods are the third most popular source of protein among the British public.

Kara launches sandwich thins

Kara, the foodservice brand of the Finsbury Food Group, has expanded its speciality bread range with the launch of sandwich thins.

Food industry and campaigners debate sugar challenge

Stakeholders including the food industry, politicians and health campaigners met in London last week to discuss ‘the ongoing sugar challenge’.

Schär launches NPD to bread portfolio

UK gluten-free brand Schär has added the new Wholesome Vitality Loaf to its gluten-free bread range.

Liz Moskow: ‘We'll all be eating chocolate cake for breakfast by 2017’

Liz Moskow, culinary director of Sterling-Rice Group and food trend expert, has stated that people will be eating chocolate cake for breakfast by 2017.

Digital system to relieve food inspection worries for bakers

Meeting food safety standards has just become less stressful for independent bakeries, with the launch of Checkit Solo - a digital food safety system from Checkit.

Sugar Free Bakery hit with court fine – for using sugar

Islington-based business, Romeo’s Sugar Free Bakery has been placed with a court fine of £8,000 over a host of offences, including using sugar in its products.

Bread used for marketing not eating?

Supermarkets deliberately bake too much bread in-store as a marketing tool to attract shoppers, according to food waste charities.

Baked goods must become less sweet or smaller says government

Restaurants have been ordered to cut the size of their puddings by the government, or face being named and shamed.

Macphie introduces 30% reduced sugar range

Food ingredients manufacturer Macphie has unveiled that it will cut out 30% of sugar in its latest range of cakes and frostings.

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