first_imgWith chocolate being a hit at Easter time, Bakehouse (Bagshot, Surrey) has developed the Triple Chocolate Danish, with a filling of soft, dark chocolate with white and milk chocolate drops, encased in a traditional plait of flaky Schulstad Danish pastry and topped with real chocolate pieces.Bakehouse has used its new patented ReadyGlazed technology to coat the pastry during manufacture and melt during baking.Available from wholesalers in cases of 48 pieces, the Triple Chocolate Danish bakes from frozen in only 18 minutes.last_img read more

first_img WhatsApp Braun wants answers from Biden about his plans for China By Network Indiana – August 17, 2020 2 224 Facebook Pinterest Google+ Twitter IndianaLocalNews Twitter Google+ WhatsApp Facebook (Photo supplied/Indiana Senate Republcians) U.S. Senator Mike Braun of Indiana is wanting a straight answer from Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on what he plans to do with China should he win the election in November.Braun said whatever Biden decides to do about China could have a big impact on Indiana workers, especially those in the steel industry.“I come from main street where probably as much as any senator knows how good the economy has been and part of it is due to the fact that President Trump stood up to China,” said Braun on Fox News over the weekend.Braun said tariffs imposed on China by the Trump Administration have worked and are still working in hold China to account for not being fair trading partners in several industries such as steel and aluminum.“Biden will have to (take on China),” he added. “Years ago, he seemed to reflect that point of view. Now, I think they have backpedaled, and not only on this issue but a lot of others. He’s going to need to give American workers and the public straight answers.”Braun said China’s trading practices are not something the world can live with and that it has been those within the Trump Administration “that have held them accountable.” Previous articleCulver man dies in Fulton County crash SaturdayNext articleGas prices up, then down again, in Indiana Network Indiana Pinterestlast_img read more