Bakers rise up as Prime Minister says he's cutting bread to lose weight in low carb diet
Britain's bakers have pleaded with David Cameron to put sandwiches back on the menu after the Prime Minister declared he was giving up bread to lose weight.
Letters have been sent to No 10 from the Federation of Bakers, which represents manufacturers, and the Craft Bakers Association on behalf of 600 High Street bakers.
They are upset because sales of supermarket bread have declined by nine per cent in two years, largely due to the trend for ‘low-carb’ diets.
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