Pastry firm to extend Milton Keynes factory

Brioche Pasquier, the Viennoiserie specialist, has now begun work on an extension for its Milton Keynes site in Buckinghamshire. The extensive project will see the company construct an 80,000-square foot extension onto its current factory.

Industrial Director for Brioche Pasquier here in the UK, Ryan Peters, said that new building programme for the factory will result in approximately 130 new jobs for the local area. Furthermore, the factory will also have the ability to bake more than 2.5 million individual products each day. According to British Baker, he commented:

“We have always wanted to provide our consumers with a fresh, quality product, which is why we originally decided to establish a bakery in the UK. Now we can extend the range of products that have been freshly baked in this country and transport them straight to market without delay.”

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In its present form, the factory, which first opened for operation back in 2015, has only two lines for the brioche rolls it manufactures, chocolate chip and plain, with a third “snack style” brioche line in the works for early next year. The company has said that the newly planned extension will allow it to broaden its offering over the next few years with two more additional product lines.

Posted by Mark
September 20, 2021

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