Experts air their views on Euphorium purchase

April 2015
British Baker;4/17/2015, p5
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The article presents the views of several experts observing the British bakery industry on the acquisition of Euphorium Bakery by grocery store chain Tesco, with some of them expressing concerns that consolidating its hold on Euphorium might lead Tesco to give up its in-store bakeries to cut costs.


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