Bak­ery rises to the oc­ca­sion with ex­pan­sion

Fam­ily busi­ness to grow thanks to fund­ing pack­age

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Mr Mathea, a mas­ter baker who re­ceived clas­si­cal train­ing in stuttgart for 10 years, said: “We have seen grow­ing in­ter­est in ar­ti­sanal prod­ucts for a while now and this re­cent in­vest­ment will be in­stru­men­tal in let­ting us cater to the in­creased de­mand.

“My plans for the fu­ture in­volve main­tain­ing the tra­di­tional in­flu­ence that in­spires our prod­ucts while ex­plor­ing new op­por­tu­ni­ties, such as open­ing more retail units and ex­pand­ing the whole­sale sec­tion of the busi­ness.”

Jungs Bak­ery has been a cus­tomer of Cly­des­dale Bank for five years. The fund­ing was de­liv­ered by Kevin Bishop, re­la­tion­ship man­ager at Cly­des­dale Bank’s Busi­ness and Pri­vate Bank­ing Cen­tres.

Mark Laugh­lan, head of Cly­des­dale Bank’s Busi­ness and Pri­vate Bank­ing Cen­tres in Read­ing and Ox­ford, said: “Richard has driven for­ward the growth of Jungs from its Bucks base and we are pleased to have sup­ported his busi­ness. As eco­nomic con­di­tions con­tinue to im­prove, Cly­des­dale Bank re­mains fo­cused on sup­port­ing the am­bi­tions of busi­nesses in the Thames Val­ley.”

Kevin Bishop (left) of Cly­des­dale Bank and Richard Mathea, man­ag­ing di­rec­tor of

Jungs Bak­ery

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