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Falmouth's Stones Bakery will appear on Britain's Best Bakery next week.

By WBgdavies  |  Posted: November 22, 2012

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Falmouth's Stones Bakery will feature on ITV's new show Britain's Best Bakery next week.

Monday's episode focuses on Devon and Cornwall and will see the judges Peter Sidwell and Mich Turner visiting three, Stones, Portreath Bakery and Saveurs of Dartmouth, to sample their produce.

The four part series is a national baking competition to find the best in the country and airs at 4pm every Monday.

Stones started life as a stall on the Market on the Moor before moving to High Street in 2009.

It is owned by Oliver and Rosie Kingdon.

Mr Kingdon said: "Our aim has always been to produce good quality artisan breads and cakes without the use of artificial preservatives so to have been asked to take part in the show was a real honour."

Each of the bakeries have to showcase their 'speciality bake' and Stones chose its Stones' Sourdough.

Mrs Kingdon said: "The Sourdough in many ways encapsulates what we're all about. It's made with just three ingredients, it has a long proving time and is made using traditional methods."

The couple hope the programme will encourage people to support their local independent bakery and give real bread a go.

"You can't really compare the mass produced stuff. We work really hard to provide a real alternative to buying your break at the supermarket," added Mr Kingdon.

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