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Gerhard’s blog: Hot town, summer in the city

Hot town, summer in the city, our displays are looking yummy and pretty… 

Blog: Craft Bakers' Association looks to the future

The Craft Bakers’ Association promised a conference that would be business orientated, relevant to today’s business needs and which would create an ideal forum for bakery owners to meet and network with like-minded people. And that’s exactly what it did.

Gerhard’s blog: the past and future of patisseries?

Gerhard Jenne delights in the sheer variety of London’ patisserie venues, ranging from classic and traditionalist to a minimalist vision of the future

Blog: Summer's sport gives bakers opportunities

John Young, national sales manager, Orchard Valley Foods embraces the growing diversity of baking and suggests bakers take advantage of this summer’s sporting events

Blog: Winds of Change

It is quite extraordinary how things come together at times.

Blog: wedding cakes and their history

How do you price up a Royal Wedding Cake? A multi-tiered extravaganza, plus 600 pre-cut portions, as well as 4,000 portions to be packaged and posted, not forgetting the whole production and logistics shrouded in a cloak of secrecy? 

Gerhard’s blog: Eurovision wonderment

Gerhard Jenne relives with delight the moment his Curly Whirly Cake suddenly came under the Eurovision spotlight.

Value for money or money for old rope?

Honestly, just when are you going to learn, you half-witted, dumb-brained nincompoops? Flogging utter garbage for next to nowt is actually destroying our businesses.

Gerhard’s blog: Change in just one generation

Gerhard Jenne reflects on just how far the UK bakery market has changed since he arrived on British shores.

Gerhard’s blog: Eschewing Easter

Gerhard Jenne examines his firm’s performance at Easter, and finds that a Velvet Bunny Cake hit just the right note with customers

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