The boss of Finsbury Food aims to cash in on “exciting” new consumer interests, such as the rise of veganism, after the cake maker’s profits remained flat in the face of rising ingredients costs. “We are trying to react to change in consumer behaviour and enter into niche areas,” said John Duffy, chief executive. Read…
Finsbury has launched a vegan brioche-style burger bun in a bid to cash in on the growing food trend. The cake-and-bread maker’s move follows in the footsteps of bakery chain Greggs, whose vegan sausage rolls have sold well. Read more here
Kara is completely focused on the foodservice channel, providing its customers with easy access to various bakery products.
The Disney portfolio is a key part of our celebration cake business, and allows us to develop a range of products to meet the needs of different age groups and occasions.
We have developed a range of premium indulgent products through a licensing arrangement with the Thorntons confectionery business.
Weight Watchers is one of the largest food brands in the UK, and we hold the licence to manufacture and distribute its low-fat cake to the UK and Ireland’s grocers, offering a nutritionally balanced range of cakes for health conscious consumers.
Founded on the principles of Alfred Vogel, the pioneering Swiss nutritionist, Vogel’s is a range of breads full of seeds and grains, fulfilling consumers’ needs for healthy nutritious food.
Village Bakery is the country’s leading rye bread brand, and is aimed at consumers who want to avoid wheat.
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