Bakery Wins British Confectioners’ Cup

13 September 2012, 12:42 PM
  • A Scottish bakery has won a prestigious award for the food it produces
Bakery Wins British Confectioners’ Cup

Campbell’s Bakery, in Crieff, Perthshire, has been awarded the British Confectioners’ Association Cup for its bakery products over the past year.
Iain Campbell, managing director of the 182 year old bakery, was presented with the trophy.
He said, “This is a huge honour for Campbell’s Bakery. The BCA sets very high standards and has some of Britain’s finest bakeries amongst its membership. To be recognised by the UK’s best bakers and to lift the BCA cup really is icing on the cake.”
The award was in recognition of the bakery’s decorated Christmas biscuits, steak pies, morning rolls and fruit tartlets.
The win comes after customers voted for the bakery’s cup cakes and fruit scones at the Scottish Baker of the Year Awards, which both won National Awards.

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