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Finsbury Food Group to Expand Bread Manufacturing Facilities

Finsbury Food Group to Expand Bread Manufacturing Facilities
July 02
11:01 2013

Finsbury Food Group is expanding its bread manufacturing facilities, so extending the capacity and capability of the group’s bread business. The bread business produces artisan and organic bread and also morning goods.

The anticipated timeframe for the expansion is in stages over the next two years commencing with the group having secured a 15 year lease on a 25,000 sq ft building, which neighbours its existing Nicholas and Harris bakery. The factory will be extended into the new building, significantly expanding the capacity of the bakery, whilst allowing for more efficient and environmentally conscious premises.

John Duffy, chief executive of Finsbury Food Group, comments: “We are very pleased to be investing in our speciality bread business following its consistent growth over the past few years. We continue to benefit from growing demand for speciality bread and look forward to the benefits that this expansion will bring.”

In addition to bread, Finsbury Food Group is also a leading UK cake manufacturer, with a focus on premium and celebration cakes plus low fat cake slices.

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