The Bakers Eet-Sum-Mor Biscuits has long been a favourite among many. With a rich, buttery taste, these biscuits are crumbly and extremely moreish.
Bakers actually goes all the way back to 1740, where the biscuits were basically ‘born at sea’. Known as ‘hard tack’, these rations formed a part of every naval officer’s diet. Jump forward in time to 1851 andJohann Friedriech Baumann docks in Durban. As a baker with a vision, he starts Baumann & Co. After having his cousin join him from London – and buying some fancy equipment – the Baumann’s introduces the Marie Biscuit in 1885, with Tennis following in 1991. Following the war in 1915, the company changed its name to Bakers Limited. 5 years later and two more factories, the little, iconic baker’s man comes along in 1923. The rest is history, as they say. Now, Bakers is known as a household name, with a wide variety of products, including these Bakers Eet-Sum-Mor Biscuits.
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Available in 200g packs
Bakers Eet-Sum-Mor Biscuits