The National Trust is to launch its first branded bakery range in early 2010, and is on the look-out for bakeries to get involved.The bakery range, which will sit alongside a wider branded food and drink line, will consist of three breads and five biscuit varieties, inspired by the Trust’s own produce and from traditional recipes held in its archive.The development of the bakery range has been licensed to Rivermill, a food licensing and sales agency specialist, and MD Andrew Chesters told British Baker he was keen to hear from firms interested in producing products for the range. Breads on offer will be a National Trust Stoneground Wholemeal Loaf, Milk Loaf and Barm Bread, part of a wider range of bakery goods from Rivermill. The biscuit range will comprise Stem Ginger and Orange Marma-lade, Clotted Cream Rounds, Lancashire Lemon Curds, Golden Honey Oaties and Oat Crumbles.Interested parties can contact [email protected] or call 0207 025 8718.
According to the research of the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) on the Capacity and Operations of Nautical Tourism Ports in 2017, 140 nautical tourism ports on the Croatian coast were included, namely 70 marinas (of which 13 dry marinas) and 70 other nautical tourism ports. The total area of their waters is 3 m711 with 951 berths.Number of vessels at permanent berth at the same level as in 2016 In the ports of nautical tourism on 31 December 2017, there were 13 thousand vessels on a permanent berth, which is 0,1% more than on 31 December 2016. 86,7% of vessels used berths at sea, and 13,3% exclusively on land. %. According to the type of vessel with a permanent berth in the sea, most sailing yachts were 51,0%. This is followed by motor yachts (45,6%) and other vessels (3,4%).Most vessels on a permanent berth were under the flag of Croatia, 42,5%. This is followed by vessels flying the flag of Austria (16,5%), Germany (16,0%), Slovenia (5,0%), Italy (4,7%) and the United Kingdom (2,6%).Source: CBSIncrease in the number of vessels in transit by 1,9% compared to 2016There were 2017 thousand vessels in transit in 202, which is 1,9% more than in 2016. According to the type of vessels in transit for which a berth at sea was used, the highest number of yachts was sailing, 65,7%. This is followed by motor yachts (29,7%) and other vessels (4,6%).In 2017, most vessels in transit were from Croatia (46,0%), Italy (15,0%), Germany (12,6%), Austria (7,3%) and Slovenia (3,8%), which makes up 84,7% of the total number of vessels in transit.Nautical tourism port revenue increased by 11,2% compared to 2016 The total revenue of nautical tourism ports in 2017 amounted to HRK 855 million. Of that, HRK 598 million was generated from the rental of berths, which is 70,0% of the total revenue. Compared to 2016, the total income is higher by 11,2%, and the income from renting berths by 10,9%.Source: CBSSource: CBSRelated news:ILIRIJA INVESTS HRK 35 MILLION IN RAISING THE QUALITY OF ITS ACCOMMODATION CAPACITIES AND NEW FACILITIESCROATIA STILL A FAVORITE NAUTICAL DESTINATION IN EUROPE