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1.Leeds bakery illegal sprinkles
A bakery has had to stop making one of its bestselling biscuits after being told it was topping the treats with illegal sprinkles. Get Baked in Leeds paused production after Trading Standards said …
2.Leeds bakery illegal sprinkles
The founder of a Leeds takeaway bakery has gone on a furious viral rant after a customer reported his ‘illegal sprinkles’ to the Trading Standards. Dubbed ‘Sprinklegate’, the founder of Get Baked …
3.Leeds bakery illegal sprinkles
A Leeds bakery has gone viral after its hilarious rant on someone reporting them due to their illegal use of sprinkles. Yes, you couldn’t write it. Get Baked in Leeds were reported from using sprinkles imported from the US that apparently don’t meet trading standards. Madness is all we can say.
4.Leeds bakery illegal sprinkles
Bakery owner Rich Myers from Leeds has had to stop making one of its best-selling cookies because of the illegal sprinkles The Get Baked independent bakery in Leeds, pictured, has slammed the …
5.Leeds bakery illegal sprinkles
An independent bakery in Leeds has been reported to Trading Standards for using ‘illegal sprinkles’. They have since taken to social media to share a furious (and not to mention, hilarious) rant on ‘Sprinklegate.’. The founder of Get Baked told their 53,000 Facebook followers: “This weekend has been utterly sensational, we’ve had customer visits from countless cities, sold f …
6.Leeds bakery illegal sprinkles
Evil Great British Baking Show be like: no sprinkles. Rich Mayers, the owner of the cake shop Get Baked in Leeds, England has gone viral for documenting his battle with England’s Trading Standards, who have banned him from adding illegal sprinkles to his most popular cake, “Bruce.” this bakery in leeds is having an absolute mare because someone …
7.Leeds bakery illegal sprinkles
A baker from Leeds has been told to stop using his favourite sprinkles on his cakes and cookies, because they are illegal. When trading standards arrived at Rich Myer’s Get Baked in Headingley …
8.Leeds bakery illegal sprinkles
A Leeds bakery has been embroiled in a bitter controversy after they were forced to temporarily close – because they topped their cakes with illegal sprinkles. Get Baked cake shop in Headingley received a surprise visit from the Trading Standards on October 1 who told them they ‘must cease use of our sprinkles with immediate effect’.
9.Leeds bakery illegal sprinkles
Leeds bakery hits back after customer reports them to trading standards for ‘illegal sprinkles’. A bakery has slammed the ‘Jane’ who reported them to Trading Standards for having the wrong kind of sprinkles on their cakes. Get Baked – an independent bakery in Leeds – said it had been an ‘unpleasant journey’ after they were told to stop selling …
10.Leeds bakery illegal sprinkles
A bakery has slammed the ‘Jane’ who reported them to Trading Standards for having the wrong kind of sprinkles on their cakes. Get Baked – an independent bakery in Leeds – said it had been an ‘unpleasant journey’ after they were told to stop selling certain items that used imported toppings.
1.Leeds Get Baked bakery bins best-seller in ‘sprinkle-gate’ row
A bakery has had to stop producing its bestselling biscuit after officials found the treats were topped with illegal sprinkles. Get Baked in Leeds withdrew its raspberry glazed donut cookies, which contained a banned food colouring.
Published Date: 2021-10-14T07:59:00.0000000Z
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|A BAKERY boss was ordered to withdraw his best-selling cookie – for using illegal sprinkles. Get Baked’s raspberry glazed donut cookie – inspired by Homer Simpson – was a massive hit with customers. But after an anonymous tip-off Trading Standards raided the bakery in Leeds, West Yorks. The|
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