Bakers Royal Creams Biscuits consists of a rich cream, sandwiched between melt-in-your-mouth shortbread.
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 and Johann 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 it’s 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 an impressive range, including Bakers Royal Creams Biscuits.
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Bakers Royal Creams Biscuits