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  1. Best Types of Products to Bake During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Best Types of Products to Bake During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Many bakeries are continuing to find the best way to operate under the “new normal” that COVID-19 has forced them into. Finding ways to prioritize valuable time and save on costs is more important than ever for these bakeries to stay successful through the difficult times we find ourselves in. Now is the time to focus on what popular items...

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  2. Bakery Equipment to Help Your Bakery Handle Demand Increases

    Bakery Equipment to Help Your Bakery Handle Demand Increases

    There is no denying that the demand for baked goods has shifted during the months of COVID-19. People are keeping their kitchens stocked with breads and pastries, clearing out grocery store shelves and supporting their local bakeries by ordering delivery or curbside pickup. In some areas people are shopping bakeries more than ever before. Bakeries are working their hardest to...

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  3. Turn Your In-Store Bakery Into an Everyday Destination

    Turn Your In-Store Bakery Into an Everyday Destination

    The in-store bakery trend is moving in the right direction. Little by little, grocery stores and supermarkets are including an in-store bakery and making it a point of interest in the store. In 2018, in-store bakeries made $13.8 billion dollars in the United States which is up 6.4% from the previous year. The growing trend points towards in-store bakeries making...

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  4. New Year, New Food: Projected Bakery Trends for 2020

    New Year, New Food: Projected Bakery Trends for 2020

    This past year, we have learned a lot about the consumer market and the trends that are shaping up moving into the new year. It seems the market is becoming increasingly health-conscious, which has challenged bakers to adapt. However, adapting is not always an easy task, especially when the task is making baked treats healthier. Here are some of the...

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  5. When Baking, Consistency is KEY

    When Baking, Consistency is KEY

    All bakers know the frustration of baking the perfect piece of artisan bread and then the next day, the same recipe does not yield that beautiful crust or crumb full of those big holes which are the telltale sign of a great bake. Consistency in baking is key, especially for retail and wholesale bakeries. You want to make sure your...

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  6. The Craze Around Big Cookies

    The Craze Around Big Cookies

    If you have not seen a photo on social media of someone holding two halves of a thick gooey chocolate chip cookie exposing the doughy insides of the delicious treat, then you either live under a rock or do not follow the right accounts on Instagram! The latest craze in food and baking is the thick chocolate chip cookie with...

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  7. Bread Baking: The Perfect Low-Cost High-Reward Business

    Bread Baking: The Perfect Low-Cost High-Reward Business

    Bread is booming! The popularity of bread is rising like active yeast and businesses are benefitting from it. One of mankind’s most basic and ancient concoctions has 11 million photos uploaded to Instagram using the hashtag #bread. It’s all the craze whether it’s a close-up shot of the hills and valleys of fresh focaccia bread or before and after photos...

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  8. Tips for Baking in Hot Weather

    Tips for Baking in Hot Weather

    Summer is here and with it comes hot days. While long summer days are great for the beach, they can have an affect on your bakery so it is important to know how to adjust your routine for the summer season. At Empire Bakery Equipment, we know the important of properly functioning and productive bakery, so we have offered some...

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  9. What is the Proper Way to Slice a Bagel?

    What is the Proper Way to Slice a Bagel?

    Seems like a silly question, right? There is only ONE way to properly slice a bagel. Or is there? Earlier this year the internet nearly broke after a man from Missouri showed his coworkers in Washington D.C. how to “properly slice a bagel”. The man in question, Alek Krautmann, presented the bagels to his coworkers … sliced VERTICALLY like a...

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  10. History of Chocolate Chip Cookies

    History of Chocolate Chip Cookies

    Who doesn’t love warm chocolate chip cookies? We have all grown to enjoy them, but have you ever thought about how they first came about? Let us give you a quick rundown on the history of everyone’s favorite cookie: Inventor The creator of the chocolate chip cookie was Ruth Wakefield, without her the world might not have ever tasted such...

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