St David’s Day (Dydd Gwyl Dewi Sant) is the feast day for Wales’s patron saint, so Llanelli’s biggest bakery is marking the occasion in style.
Jenkins the Bakers will be rolling out patriotic products to make March 1st a real feast.
“There will be a proper Welsh theme to our products before, during and immediately after St David’s Day,” said operations director Russell Jenkins.
“We are already well known for helping to put the accent on all things Welsh at our bakery and our shops – and this year is no exception to the rule as we celebrate St David’s Day.’
Among the products hitting the shops this week are –
A new ‘Sheep Cupcake’, Welsh Cakes, Bara Brith, Teisin Lap (cake on a plate), A Welsh-themed cupcake, the Welsh Pastie and new Jam Splits.
“We pride ourselves as being a bakery business which knows its customers and we know how people love to celebrate St David’s Day,” added Mr Jenkins.
“All our staff will be dressing up to mark our patron’s day and we take this opportunity of wishing all our customers a very pleasant St David’s Day.”
Product information –
BARA BRITH £2.65
Bara Brith is a traditional Welsh fruit loaf containing top quality sultanas, mixed peel and spice.
WELSH CUPCAKE £1.10
Our top quality sponge individually hand decorated with a smooth, creamy frosting and a hand finished Sugarpaste daffodil.
WELSH PASTIE £1.45 OR 2 FOR £2.60
Diced ham, smoked ham & leeks in a creamy cheese sauce encased in our top quality flaky pastry.
GIFT WELSHCAKES £2.65
10 Mini Welshcakes packed in a gift bag.
PLAIN GIFT WELSHCAKES £2.65
10 Mini Plain Welshcakes packed in a gift bag.
JAM SPLITS £1.60
New for St David’s day 2018. Four Plain Welshcakes split and filled with Raspberry Jam sprinkled with caster sugar.
TEISEN LAP £2.00
A traditional Welsh favourite, moist Farmhouse fruitcake with a streusel topping.
SHEEP CUPCAKE £1.20
Another new product for 2018 and one that should be popular with children of all ages.Plain sponge cupcake with a cream topping finished with mini marshmallows and a handmade Sugar paste faces.
- The Jenkins bakery employs 300 people, full and part-time, across 30 different stores in South Wales. The company has the Gold Standard Welsh Food Hygiene Award and the Investors in People award. The business employs 70 people at its Trostre HQ, while the Jenkins shop network stretches from Carmarthen to Bridgend. There are shops throughout Carmarthenshire and even one as far afield as Powys.