Production of some baked goods halted before shutdown


Ramsey Bakery and Mr B’s will close at the end of April

Production of a range of baked goods has been halted by Ramsey Bakery ahead of its impending closure.

Over the weekend, the company announced it would cease operations at the end of April, describing it as a “heartbreaking” decision.

Staff at the bakery – and Mr B’s shops which are also closing – were made aware of the news on Saturday.

A statement from Ramsey Bakery says its priority is to provide “clarity and support” to the team – some of whom have been with the business for decades.

The statement added: “We are also indebted to our many customers and suppliers who have supported us over the years and we would like to thank each and every one of them for their loyalty to us.

“We intend to continue producing as many product lines as possible until the end of April shutdown date, primarily to ensure that arrangements can be made for alternative products to be available to our customers.”

Production of most 400g loaves – as well as buns and sub-buns – will not resume; the Manx Country range, primary rolls and 800g loaves will continue to be produced daily.

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