BB75 2011

first_imgBB75 is the annual authoritative tracker of companies that sell baked products as the primary element of their food offering in a retail, food-to-go or eat-in format, benchmarked by the number of outlets operated.This exclusive report monitors the fortunes of all specialist retailers of bakery products on an annual basis, including traditional craft bakers, sandwich chains and branded coffee shop chains.The full in-depth analysis is only available to subscribers of British Baker Magazine, however you can download a pdf of the 2011 league table here>> Download league table (pdf)>> Find out more about subscribing to British Baker Magazine>> Read news article: Bakery retailers see a rise in outlet openingslast_img read more

“Look out for more Oly flavour”- Great Olympics head coach Prince Koffie

first_imgGreat Olympics head coach, Prince Koffie, is confident that Great Olympics will show their best side as the league progresses.After going winless in their first three matches  where they lost 3-0 to AshGold in Week 1, 1-0 to Aduana Stars 1-0 in Week 2 and 1-0 to Bechem United in Week 3, Olympics have gone unbeaten in their last three league matches.They beat Karela 2-0, drew 1-1 at Elmina Sharks and won 1-0 against Inter Allies in Week 4, 5 and 6 respectively and they are currently 11th on the table.After beating Inter Allies, Koffie told StarTimes in an interview that fans were to expect more positive results from the team.“We are yet to more Olympics flavour in the league. Everyone is going to a better Great Olympics team as a the league progresses.As we keep playing, the improvements and I am assuring everyone that people will see the best of Olympics.”In February, Great Olympics’ Ghana Premier League run will see them taking on WAFA (home), King Faisal (Away), Eleven Wonders (home), Legon Cities (away), Berekum Chelsea (home) and Medeama (away).last_img read more