Have you turned your hand to baking during lockdown? From basic banana breads to tasty care packages for loved ones, the rise of our new favourite hobby led to nationwide ingredient shortages last year and shows no sign of slowing.
The Co-operative Food is to launch a new home baking collection offering an even wider range of inspirational and innovative lines as millions of amateur-baking Britons pick up their rolling pins and don their aprons to try their hand at
The Co-operative Food claims it is encouraging shoppers to don their aprons by introducing some fabulous new additions to its great-value home-baking range, perfect for creating cakes and breads at home. In store from 30 September 2013 and priced from 92p,
British shoppers stocked up on home baking products in advance of the Jubilee Bank Holiday weekend, according to data from SymphonyIRI Group. Online sales of home baking products, such as cake decoration, icing and marzipan, bread mixes, food colouring, pastry
Renshaw, the UK’s leading manufacturer of cake coverings, fillings and toppings, has launched a limited edition Great British Icing Pack. The pack, which contains four 200g bars of Ready to Roll Icing – one red, one white and two blue –
A website targeted at small food and drink suppliers and start ups, www.foodanddrinktowers.com, has predicted 10 top trends for 2012. They are: 1. Regional producers get a boost The food&drink towers Ten Top Trends for 2012 Survey identified authenticity, provenance and
Renshaw, a leading manufacturer of cake decorating products and supplier to the bakery trade for over 100 years, has launched its first consumer range. The move targets the growth in the home baking market, which Mintel valued at £576m in