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14 Aug
Worried by the current challenges facing the country’s baking industry, bakers have been urged to be more creative by embracing innovative ingredients for the production of bread.
25 Jul 2022
Kogi Master Bakers say they would call off their strike Sunday midnight and resume work Monday, July 25 with a hike in the prices of bread.
25 Jul 2022
Some residents of Enugu metropolis have decried the four days warning strike embarked upon by bread bakers, as the current price of the commodity had become unaffordable.
19 May 2022
Bakers across the country have decried the impact of the rising price of flour and other production inputs even as they find it difficult to pass the rising cost to the final consumers
4 Jul 2021
True to their threat, bread producers have jerked up the prices of bread and other confectionaries across the country.
8 Oct 2016
Irked by the geometric rise in the cost of production, the Association of Master Bakers and Caterers of Nigeria (AMBCON) has concluded plans to increase the market prices of bread, biscuits and other related commodities by 15 per cent.

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