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British Bakeries was the bread making arm of Rank Hovis McDougall, manufacturing Hovis, Nimble and Mothers Pride as well as supermarket's own brand bread for shops such as Tesco, Asda and The Co-operative Group.
British Bakeries had two factories in Bradford, one in Thornbury and one on Thornton Road, which closed recently as well as further factories in Kingston upon Hull, Glasgow and Wigan.
British Bakeries parent company is now Premier Foods.