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Milton Keynes Process
A process used for mass-producing bread. Dough is first formed into a dough at a large manufacturing bakery, before being vacuum-packed or frozen and taken to smaller outlets for baking.
This gives the the retail outlet the benefit of the bakery smells, that have been shown to increase sales, and also allow the outlet to say 'baked on the premises' or 'home baked'. The quality of the bread, depends on it's original ingredients.
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