Thomas’s Bakery has been awarded the Safe and Local Supplier Approval (SALSA) accreditation.The Elland-based craft bakery firm, which includes the Lottie Shaw’s artisan bakery business, has been awarded the nationally-recognised food safety certification.The accreditation, operated by The Institute of Food Science and Technology, has been designed to help smaller food and drink producers supply their products to national and regional buyers.Charlotte Shaw, director of Lottie Shaw’s, said: “We are delighted to have achieved the SALSA accreditation as our team constantly go the extra mile to ensure our bakery meets our own very high standards and this recognition is testament to our hard work.“In order to support our growth strategy, national buyers require us to have SALSA and we therefore hope this accreditation will take us to a new level in sales and better secure the future of our business. We can now confidently demonstrate to both potential buyers and existing distributors that we are producing quality products and are doing so to a safe and legal standard.”Lottie Shaw’s produces a number of sweet bakery goods, including a traditional Yorkshire Parkin – a ginger cake predominantly baked using oatmeal and combining syrup and black treacle.The SALSA scheme is a non-profit-making joint venture between the National Farmers’ Union, the Food and Drink Federation, the British Hospitality Association and the British Retail Consortium.
Krispy Kreme has introduced a three-strong limited-edition Christmas doughnut range.Available from yesterday (27 November) until 31 December at all Krispy Kreme stores and cabinets, the Festive Friends range comprises the Santa Belly, Rudolf Reindeer and Festive Sprinkles.Santa Belly (£1.90) which is making its comeback this year, is filled with Kreme and topped with raspberry icing and chocolate buttonsRudolf Reindeer (£1.90) is a ring doughnut, dipped in caramel flavoured icing, decorated with chocolate pretzels and finished with Rudolf’s red nose.Festive Sprinkles (£1.65) is hand-dipped in chocolate icing and festive sprinklesThe Festive Friends doughnut range is included in Krispy Kreme’s Premium Dozen offering at £12.45.Krispy Kreme launched its Krispy Skremes range over the Halloween period, which featured doughnuts such as The Creepy Cobweb and The Monster Mummy.
Portugal international and 5-time Ballon d Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo raked in £41.7m on Instagram, £14.3m higher than his Juventus Salary it has been revealed. The 35-year-old, who 222m followers on Instagram pocketed £41.7m from 43 sponsored posts in the past 12 months. According to a new report from Buzz Bingo, the Portuguese superstar has retained his crown as the social media site’s highest earner. The former Manchester United and Real Madrid ace, saw an increase of £3.5m from his Instagram earnings in 2019 by pocketing an average of £971,000 per sponsored post. Juve forward Cristiano Ronaldo leading the legion of heavy earners on Instagram Over the past year he promoted Nike, his fragrance CR7 Play it Cool and even an EMS training device called ‘Sixpad’. Ronaldo’s longstanding rival Lionel Messi was beaten into the second spot after his sponsored posts collected a total of £25.2m, or £631,000 every time he made one. The Barcelona captain has money-making partnerships with Adidas and regularly posts pictures of his globe-trotting lifestyle. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 David Beckham was once again the highest-paid British star on the rich list for his posts to his 63m followers. The 45-year-old is such a hit on the social media platform he scooped a whopping £9.6m despite retiring over seven years ago. Some of his paid Instagram partnerships included posts for Tudor Watch, Marina Bay Sands Hotel and Kent & Curwen. In a list dominated by athletes, Neymar is the fifth-highest sportsman after netting £6.7m from the social media site this year with a reported average of £617,000 per paid post. Interestingly Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski has the second most sponsored posts of all celebrities at 47, four above Ronaldo. Yet the Poland international’s lack of off-field exposure means he can only fetch around £76k per post and made just £3.58m for his troubles this year. Read AlsoAnthony Joshua named among sports money bags of 2020 in Britain And despite being considered one of football’s most marketable stars, Manchester United star Paul Pogba is ninth on Instagram’s highest-earning athletes. The Frenchman, who has a £290,000-a-week wage packet at Old Trafford, can make an additional £181k per sponsored post and scored £1.8m this year. Loading… Promoted Content6 Incredibly Strange Facts About Hurricanes9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?The Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More10 Largest Cities In The World8 Ways Drones Are Shaping Our Future7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better7 Things That Actually Ruin Your PhoneWhat Is A Black Hole In Simple Terms?7 Most Asntonishing Train Stations In The WorldThese TV Characters Proved That Any 2 People Can Bury The Hatchet