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Bridor's Finedor Ancient Grains Mini-Baguette

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Bridor has partnered with Parisian pastry shop Maison Lenôtre to produce two new bread rolls. The NPD stands for’ the greatest of French bakeshop traditions’, according to Bridor, as well as make up a Finedor Ancient Grains Mini-Baguette and also a Scandinavian-inspired Nordic Ball Roll.

The former is made with meant sourdough and a ‘one-of-a-kind’ blend of seeds consisting of chia, amaranth as well as millet. Offered in a 50g traditional mini-baguette form, it is marketed in batches of 50 with the rolls calling for 6 to eight minutes in the oven to finish baking.

Bridor’s new Nordic Ball Roll, at the same time, is described as having a traditional form as well as is racked up by hand. The dish includes a mix of flours as well as seeds, consisting of poppy, millet, sunflower as well as flax, which causes a bread with a dark centre and also flavour of toasted grains, the firm said. The 60g rolls are offered in sets of 65 as well as call for seven to 9 mins baking.

Both were developed with the hotel and also food catering markets in mind offering ‘unique forms and also flavours’ to help create range on the table.

” We are happy to be building on our 20-year partnership with the respected Maison Lenôtre,” claimed Blandine Daugene, EMEA advertising and marketing director for Bridor.

Maison Lenôtre has 11 websites throughout France, primarily in Paris with a couple outside the city also. Its products include a wide variety of macarons, breads and galettes as well as breads such as brioche and baguettes.

” Both companies have a shared passion for high requirements, quality as well as creative thinking, and also the development of our brand-new variety of rolls is designed to provide restaurants with a source of pleasure for all five of their detects,” Daugene included. “Bread is significantly appreciated, and our sophisticated dishes bring the greatest French workmanship to resorts, restaurants and catering services.”

The launch complies with Bridor’s deal with prominent pastry cook Pierre Hermé last summertime which saw the partnership unveil a five-strong variety of Viennese breads.