Stroehmann Bread and Philadelphia 76ers Take the Court in Third Annual “King or Queen of the Classroom” Contest

February 2, 2023 Bimbo Bakeries USA 

Stroehmann® Bread, Philly’s favorite bread brand since 1927, is taking the court as an official partner of the Philadelphia 76ers for a fifth consecutive season. Stroehmann and the 76ers, along with star guard Tyrese Maxey, today launched the third annual King or Queen of the Classroom Contest, which aims to honor mentors who have been instrumental to educating students in the past year.

Valentine’s Day is Around the Corner, Have you Started Planning?

February 1, 2023 BakeMark

Valentine’s Day is a crucial time for any bakery owner. It is a time when people are looking for the perfect treats to give to their loved ones, and it is a chance for you to showcase your bakery’s skills and creativity. With the right Valentine’s Day bakery planning, you can ensure that your bakery is prepared for the rush of customers, and you can take advantage of the opportunity to grow your sales.

Best Universities Announces 2023 Best Colleges With Baking and Pastry Arts Degrees

February 1, 2023 Best Universities

Best Universities’ latest publication includes new rankings of the best colleges with baking and pastry arts degrees in the nation.

The APC National Pie Championships – Commercial Division – May 1-2, 2023

January 31, 2023 American Pie Council

Commercial and independent bakeries have been busy in the kitchen, perfecting customer favorites, while conjuring new flavor sensations, intensifying interest in this year’s delectable showdown. 

Wholesale Bakery Company and Its Staffing Agencies Cited Over $440,000 in Wage and Hour Violations

A Boston wholesale company providing baked goods to a variety of retail stores and supermarket chains, along with its President and Treasurer, and five temporary staffing agencies that provided workers to the company, have been issued 30 citations totaling more than $440,000 in restitution and penalties for failing to comply with a variety of state wage and hour laws, Attorney General Andrea Joy Campbell announced.