Pat the Baker and Cully's Craft Bakery upping production to meet demand #BeastfromtheEast #StormEmma
Even Amy Huberman has 'bread people' on her mind this evening as Ireland is gripped by #armabreadon!
Longford people, and indeed people across the country, are stocking up on bread and essential shopping supplies amid fears stock may run short during the severe weather spell which the Beast from the East and Storm Emma are set to bring.
The shelves were empty at DayBreak Longford by close of business, while Dunphy's SuperValu Granard received extra deliveries of bread from Pat The Baker to satisfy the unprecedented demand.
Dunphy's posted on their Facebook page: "Keep safe keep warm during the cold spell . We will have plenty of fresh deliveries arriving again early in the morning . The bread will be baked , the cows will be milked and the spuds will be dug."
Pat the Baker in Granard and Cully's Craft Bakery in Arva are upping production to meet demand.
Brennans bakery has said the demand for bread is unprecedented. A spokesman said the bakery is working at full capacity and around the clock to meet the demands. Pat the Bakers who are based in Longford said they are upping production to meet demand #stormemma @rtenews— Samantha Libreri (@SamanthaLibreri) February 27, 2018
We’ll all be having nightmares tonight... I see bread people...— Amy Huberman (@amyhuberman) February 27, 2018
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