Rising sales prompt supermarkets to muscle in on the territory staked out by their artisan counterparts
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Women the UK over would have queued around the block to give the famed chef a piece of their minds, but one cook beat them to it
Initial estimates say sales could reach $600m by the end of 2014
Whisk up some fondant fancies with kitchen implements that even Mary Berry would be proud to own
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Is this the end for Pot Noodles and crisp sandwiches?
When even the man running the country can make time to froth his leaven and get baking, it's becoming clear that Britons' expectations of the once-humble loaf are on the rise