Keeping it in the Family

November 2013
British Baker;11/15/2013, p18
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the family-run oven business Tom Chandley Ltd. in Rusholme, Manchester. It states that the firm has introduced its Compacta electric, multi-deck oven, which it claims to set new standards in the industry and influenced bakery practice worldwide in 1963. It also mentions that the company also initiated to supply the ovens for meals on British European Airways and El Al flights.


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