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Born & Bread: Luke Evans Bakery, Riddings

During its 200-plus years, Luke Evans Bakery has seen some turbulent times. Here, current MD David Yates explains how it has survived through the generations

Born & Bread: Pukka Pies, Syston, Leicestershire

Britain is a nation of pie-lovers, from the traditional steak & kidney to more exotic fare. Here’s how one company helped to fuel a nation’s obsession with the pastry product.

Born & Bread: Burns the Bread, Glastonbury

Each month we profile a family firm, charting its course through the generations. Here, we look at the Burns family, who have been at the helm of Burns the Bread for more than 30 years.

Born & Bread: Stephens Bakery, Dunfermline

Scotland’s Stephens Bakery has seen massive change over the past 145 years, from different owners to adapting its offering. MD Andre Sarafilovic takes us on a journey through the business’ history.

Dunn’s Bakery, Crouch End

Each month we profile a family firm to see how it has passed down through the generations. Here, Dunn’s Bakery charts the changes in its development since the Freeman family took the reins

Genesis Crafty, Magherafelt

Each month we profile a family business to see how it has passed down through the generations. Here, how Genesis Crafty went from home bakery to successful supermarket supplier

Born & Bread: Henllan Bakery, Denbighshire

Each month we profile a family business to see how it has passed down through the generations. Here, Henllan Bakery maps its growth from a Welsh village firm to a major wholesale operation

Born & Bread: Irwin’s Bakery

Each month we profile a family firm to see how the business has passed down through the generations. Here, Northern Irish firm Irwin’s reveals how it has grown during more than a century

Born & Bread: Roberts Bakery, Northwich

Each month we profile a family firm to see how the business has passed down through the generations. Here, how Robert Roberts founded a bakery that has flourished for 130 years

Born & Bread: Dorringtons, Sawbridgeworth

Each month we profile a family business to see how the baking craft has passed down through the generations. This month, the story of Dorringtons, founded in the aftermath of World War One

Born and Bread: Jacksons the Bakers, Chesterfield

Each month we profile a family firm to see how the business has passed down through the generations. Here, Jacksons the Bakers, which started out by providing war-rationed bread

Born and Bread: Lough's Home Bakery, Eyemouth

Each month we profile a family business to see how the baking craft has passed down through the generations. This month, the story of Lough's, where the home fires have burned strong for 70 years.

Born and Bread: Walkers, Arberlour

Each month we profile a family business to see how the baking craft has passed down through the generations. This month, the story of Walkers, a business built on £50 and a single shortbread recipe.

Born and Bread: Welsh Hills Bakery, Hirwaun

Each month we profile a family business to see how the baking craft has passed down through the generations. This month, the story of Welsh Hills Bakery, which evolved from a traditional village bakery to an international free-from giant.

Born and Bread: Warburtons, Bolton

Each month we profile a family business and look at how the baking craft has passed down through the generations. This month, how Warburtons grew from a single shop to a £500m-a-year business.

Born and Bread: Swifts, Wheaton Aston

Each month we bring you the art of baking, passed down through generations in another historic British company