Yorkshire Baker has a number of employment opportunities at its Norton factory, near Malton, North Yorkshire. More information will appear on this website soon but you can express your interest via the contact form here.
TESCO stores around the country are now selling handmade sausage rolls from the Yorkshire Baker. The bakery has been gearing up production during October and tens of thousands of sausage rolls are supplied to Tesco each week.
Gill Ridgard, the Yorkshire Baker, said, "This has been hard work but unbelievably exciting. We're all delighted that Tesco has chosen our products and early signs suggest they are selling really well. We're still a small business, a small team, and all the products are handmade, so this has been a fantastic achievement. I'm really proud of the staff and thank them for what they have done."
SHOPS stocking Yorkshire Baker products are now listed on the Yorkshire Baker website.
The stockists can be viewed by shop name or alphabetically by town.
Work has now started to link the stock list to shops' websites and map features to provide directions.
Gill Ridgard, the Yorkshire Baker, said, "This is an exciting new stage of the growth of Yorkshire Baker online. By including a stockist list with links, we will improve the visibility of our stockists' websites. It's just another great reason for stocking Yorkshire Baker products - if you needed one!"
If you would like to stock fantastic handmade Yorkshire Baker products and have your business promoted on this popular website for free, contact the Yorkshire Baker here. Or you can phone 01653 699855.
THE Press published a story about the Yorkshire Baker's award. Click here to read it. There was a slight misunderstanding of the financial information and a wrong word in the report. Journalists, eh!
Nice to get the recognition, though.
YORKSHIRE Baker's gluten-free beef steak and mushroom pie took top honours in the fifth annual deliciouslyorkshire Awards. The pie was announced the winner of the Best Prepared Food Product category in a gala ceremony at Rudding Park, Harrogate in November.
Hosted by BBC Radio 2’s resident foodie Nigel Barden, the awards celebrate fantastic-tasting products, passionate people and market-leading companies from the region. This year, the judging process involved 25 experts judging a record 268 entries, travelling over 550 miles mystery shopping and spending 112 hours judging.
Chief executive of deliciouslyorkshire, Jonathan Knight, said, “The standard of entries for the awards gets progressively higher and this year was no exception. It’s very encouraging in the current economic climate to see that more than half of the shortlisted companies are less than two years old.
“Yorkshire and Humber is home to some of the world’s best-known food companies and most passionate small enterprises, with more than 1,100 food and drink producers employing around 55,000 people and with a combined turnover in excess of £8billion.
“With supermarkets increasingly stocking regional products and more consumers saying they want to buy local and know where their food comes from, regional food is on the rise. The Regional Food Group will continue to promote provenance through the campaigning deliciouslyorkshire brand.”
Click here to visit the deliciouslyorkshire website.