Laura Aiken

Laura Aiken

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Tuesday, 21 June 2016
Summer has finally arrived, and as I write this I am awaiting my own wee arrival, due any day. I will be on maternity leave for the next year, and am passing the Bakers Journal editorial helm over to interim editor Doug Picklyk.
Wednesday, 01 June 2016
Jackson's Point, ON — A small-town Ontario bakery has been forced to close one week post its grand opening after running into zoning issues, reports Yorkregion.com. |READ MORE
Wednesday, 01 June 2016
North Bay, ON — Canada Bread will be closing its North Bay, Ont., bakery in August after moving production to other facilities, reports The Globe and Mail. |READ MORE
Wednesday, 01 June 2016
Canada — George Weston Ltd. started as a small bakery and grew to become Canada's largest company. The Financial Post takes an inside look at how the Weston family went from owning a single bakery to billions. |READ MORE
Monday, 30 May 2016
Toronto — More than 16 Chinese bakery companies and 14 Canadian counterparts talked food innovation and trade during a recent forum in Toronto, reports China Daily. |READ MORE
Wednesday, 18 May 2016
There are many things that make a great baker, pastry chef, chocolatier or cake designer. One needs a certain natural talent and inclination for making food magic, alongside a passion for it. One also needs an understanding of ingredient interaction and recipe process.
Monday, 16 May 2016
Halifax - A Dalhousie animal sciences student is working with the provincial Crown corporation, Perennia, to make flour made from meal worms for the commercial market. CBC News reports. |READ MORE
Friday, 13 May 2016
Canada - There are more potential harms than benefits to consuming a gluten-free diet, especially for children who haven't been diagnosed with a wheat allergy or celiac disease, indicates an article in the Journal of Pediatrics. CBC News reports. |READ MORE
Wednesday, 04 May 2016
Canada - Loblaw Companies earned a Guinness World Record for baking up the biggest naan bread, a feat that weighed in at 32 kg and measured 4.96 metres long by 1.26 metres wide. Sofia Rocher of Guinness World Records reports. |READ MORE
Tuesday, 03 May 2016
Washington — If a competitor has turned out a copy of your signature product, do you have a right to protect it? Here's one journalist's investigation into why you can't stop food plagarism. |READ MORE
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