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srcset=” 480w, 600w, 780w” > Baker & Baker has joined the Federation of Bakers as a linked member The company, which launched as a standalone business in April complying with splitting up from CSM Bakery Solutions, manufactures approximately 2,500 various bakery skus comprising own tag and also branded items. Operating within bakery, foodservice, retail and wholesale, Baker & Baker

employs around 2,500 team across 12 websites in 7 nations, with its UK head office based upon the Wirral in the north west of England. “We are excited to sign up with the Federation of Bakers and enter into a nationwide organisation that sustains one

of the key sectors in the UK food production industry,” stated Liz McColgan, director high quality Europe at Baker & Baker. The Federation of Bakers represents the UK’s significant plant bakeshops supplying bread, early morning items as well as various other bread products &.

Its eight participant companies, running an overall of 32 bakeries, are: Delifrance UK, Fine Lady Bakeries, Geary’s Bakeries, Irwins ‘Bakery, Jacksons Bakery, Kerry Ingredients, Frank Roberts & Sons, and Warburtons. With the addition of Baker & Baker, the federation now has 22 associate members who are all distributors to the

UK baking industry. The other & associate members are: AAK( UK ), AB Mauri UK as well as Ireland, ADM Milling, Baker Perkins, Bakers ‘Basco, British Bakels, Bühler, Campden BRI, CSM( UK ), GB Ingredients, Ferguson Engineering, FlexLink Systems, Food Paper, Kwik Lok, Lesaffre Group, Puratos, Spooner Industries, St Pierre Groupe, We Seal, Zeelandia, and also Zeppelin Systems.” We are pleased to welcome Baker & Baker as an associate member of our organisation and also intend to sustain them

as they remain to expand their business,” said Gordon Polson, president of the Federation of Bakers. Previously this month John Lindsay, Baker & Baker CEO, discussed his plans for the business, in addition to his thoughts on the bigger bakeshop

market, with British Baker editor Amy North.