Students to see design as Kipling cake

first_imgA Union Jack-themed Battenberg cake is set to join the Mr Kipling range after a group of high school students from West Yorkshire won a Premier Foods competition. The cake will be on sale nationally later this year.The company challenged 12 schools to set up their own mini manufacturing business and create a cake to celebrate either the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee or the London 2012 Olympics.Carleton Community High School in Pontefract won the trophy with its ‘Jubilee Delight’. Judges praised the students’ well-designed packaging, which included a Jubilee-themed game on the back.Runners-up were the team from Stocksbridge High School in Sheffield, who impressed judges with the development of their ‘White Diamond’ luxury strawberry and cream cakes.The event is part of a series of themed challenges, supported by The Manufacturing Institute through its ‘Make It’ campaign, which aims to attract the brightest and best new talent into manufacturing.>>Premier launches sweet shop cakeslast_img

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