Warrens bakery are returning to using warming cabinets after a fall in sales. The bakers stopped keeping their savouries warm after the government introduced a twenty per cent VAT charge in May.
A spokesperson for the company, which has 58 shops in the south west, said selling cold pasties had damaged business.
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