Marks & Spencer merges British and French breakfasts by launching crossaint loaf



Marks & Spencer described the latest bakery hybrid - dubbed the "croloaf" - as the "perfect fusion of the French and British breakfast".
Unlike croissants, the croissant loaf does not need to be eaten on the day it is baked, despite being made with French butter and an all-butter egg pastry, "and tastes just as good a few days after" - as long as it is toasted, M&S said.
A single slice contains 114 calories, more than a third less than the 340 calories in the average croissant, the retailer added.
M&S said it was "inspired" after seeing... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 27
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