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International Bakeries Set Up Shop In New York City

January 22, 2019: 12:00 AM EST

New York City is not known for being light on homegrown bakeries, but in recent years the Big Apple has attracted an array of international bakers. Among those who have set up shop are bakery chains like Maison Kayser from France, Le Pain Quotidien from Belgium, Breads Bakery from Israel, and a few from Japan and Korea. Now a fresh wave of foreign-born bakeries is arriving from Australia, Italy, and Scandinavia. Among them: Ole & Steen, a chain of more than 90 bakeries and cafes in Denmark and England; Fabrique, which has 19 bakeries in and around Stockholm and five in London; Bourke Street Bakery, launched in 2004 in Sydney, Australia, and specializing in sourdough breads; and Princi, a Milan bakery that is ensconced in a Starbucks Reserve Roastery.[Image Credit: © Eric Kayser]
Florence Fabricant, "New York Gets a Fresh Batch of Bakeries From Abroad", The New York Times , January 22, 2019, © The New York Times Company
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