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‘Gay cake’ legal row going to Court of Human Rights

A customer whose request for a cake supporting gay marriage was refused is taking his case to the European Court of Human Rights.

Renshaw cake decorating products
RGF reveals plans to grow cake decorations business

Real Good Food (RGF) is set to shake up its cake decorations range as part of the development of its new streamlined business structure.

Black Sheep Coffee opens in former Patisserie Valerie

Black Sheep Coffee has opened a new site on Manchester’s Deansgate today (16 August).

Don’t miss the biggest night in the bakery calendar

The biggest night in the bakery calendar – the Baking Industry Awards – is just a few weeks away.

Paul UK coffee and croissant
Online sales and NPD drive growth at Paul UK

Turnover at bakery and café brand Paul UK has risen 7.4% in the past year as the business benefits from new product development and improved technology.

One in four savoury picnic foods are high in salt, according to Action on Salt
Quarter of savoury picnic foods high in salt, says AOS

One in four savoury picnic foods, such as sausage rolls, pasties and quiches, are high in salt, according to research from campaign group Action on Salt (AOS).

Papa don't shish: Madonna inspires Fanny's Kebab NPD

London-based Fanny’s Kebabs has teamed up with Deliveroo to create a limited-edition kebab in celebration of Madonna’s 61st birthday this Friday (16 August).

Afternoon tea week takes place from 12-18 August 2019
Afternoon tea trends: low-sugar to around the world

It’s Afternoon Tea Week 2019 – a celebration of everything from scones to finger sandwiches, macarons and, of course, tea – running from 12-18 August.

Greggs and Pret among 50 firms urging rates shake-up

High street retailers, including Greggs, Pret A Manger and Morrisons, are urging the government to fix the “broken” business rates system.

No-deal Brexit could wipe £5.4bn off eating out sector

No-deal Brexit could bring a sharp drop in consumer spending that would wipe billions off café and restaurant turnover, analysts have warned.