CM – Bakery reports problems with « illegal sprinkles »


Friday, October 15, 2021 12:47 p.m.

By Amanda Flannery

A bakery in the UK posted an update after being reported for selling « illegal sprinkles » on their products.

Get Baked in Leeds was reported to authorities after it was alleged that the sprinkles on their products were not allowed in the UK.

When it announced the news to customers earlier this month, the bakery said, “This weekend was absolutely sensational, we had customer visits from countless cities, selling damn tons of Bruce in various forms, oh and not to mention a nice visit to Trading Standards on Friday after someone reported us about the use of what appeared to be illegal sprinkles.

Now the bakery has released an update as the trading standards have told the company that they must stop using the sprinkles with « immediate effect ».

« We heard of Trading Standards and were told we would We must stop using our sprinkles with immediate effect. Of course we will follow the rules and remove them immediately.

« Although this Seems like no big deal, it’s actually really annoying as LOTS of people ask about Birthday Bruce and Rasperry Glazed Donut Cookies are not only our best-selling cookies, they’re absolutely sensational.

« It’s VERY unlikely that we will Find legal sprinkles that we’ll use as replacements. British sprinkles just aren’t the same, they totally suck and I hate them. I’m extremely passionate about sprinkles.

« I have to think about it, of course we need to make some adjustments to the menu to compensate for this really terrible ordeal. »

The bakery hit the person who made the review had, and said he couldn’t bring his daughter to Disneyland because he “can’t see damn cookies.”

“Anyone who reported trading standards to us, I can only say, dear Lord, what a sad one little life, « they wrote.

 » My daughter, who is now 7 months old, has to live with the fact that dad can’t take her to Disneyland because the man can’t sell damn cookies. « 

West Yorkshire Trading Standards informed CNN that the sprinkles contained an artificial red coloring, E127, which is not approved for use in sprinkles in the UK.

The coloring is only for cocktail cherries and candied cherries in the UK and in theEU permitted.


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