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Rising production costs puts the squeeze on Europe's bakers

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Rising production costs puts the squeeze on Europe's bakers

Rising production costs puts the squeeze on Europe's bakers

Whether it's the local family bakery around the corner or the huge industrial-scale bakeries, skyrocketing bills are an existential threat.

Euronews speaks to bakers in the Netherlands, Romania, and Italy to find out more.


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