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How Covid-19 is impacting bakery firms in Scotland

Alasdair Smith, chief executive of Scottish Bakers, explains how businesses are dealing with the coronavirus challenge.

Advice on properly shutting down a commercial kitchen

At a time when many bakery businesses are temporarily shutting down operations, Bolton-based NWCE Foodservice Equipment offers advice on ensuring catering areas are clean, safe and ready for when the government announces it is safe to re-open.

Social distancing advice for food plants and takeaways

Official guidance on how businesses operating a takeaway service or food processing plant should manage coronavirus risks has been published.

Now's the time for retailers to turn to their local bakery

As stores struggle to keep bread and other baked goods on shelves, now is the time for retailers to turn to local bakers for supply.

Finsbury halts production at Kara foodservice division

Finsbury Food Group has reported strong sales of bread in retail stores but has suspended production at its foodservice operation.

Coronavirus impact update: Bakery ingredient suppliers

How are bakery ingredient suppliers faring in the face of the coronavirus epidemic?

Coronavirus: New site to link bakers with consumers

Bakers are being urged to sign up to a service designed to help consumers find local bakery businesses that deliver.

The Bread Guy set to start production at Aitkens site

Scotland-based The Bread Guy is planning to start production at the former Aitkens Bakery in Torry, Aberdeen.

Covid-19: How are bakers meeting soaring demand?

Gordon Polson, chief executive of the Federation of Bakers, on the ways bakers are changing their systems to maximise capacity

Coronavirus: Now Birds and Sayers shut bakery stores

Birds of Derby and Poundbakery owner Sayers have joined the list of bakery and café chains to close shops in the face of the coronavirus outbreak.

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