France's bakeries under threat from competition

Faced with increasing competition and changing consumer tastes, many traditional bakeries are now struggling.

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    There are few things as quintessentially French as a baguette. The long crusty stick of bread is a source of national pride. But faced with increasing competition and changing consumer tastes, many traditional bakeries are now struggling.


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