St Pierre Groupe has launched new all-butter croissants to tap the indulgent breakfast trend.The flaky All Butter Croissants had a sweet and buttery taste and offered consumers an indulgent breakfast, said the firm. Made in France, the croissants are sold in a pack of four with an rsp of £1.99.They are available now in grocery, wholesale and independent retailers.The long shelf life of the product would help consumers and retailers reduce food waste, added the business.“Our new All Butter Croissants are a great addition to our popular St Pierre croissant range. With indulgent treats and morning goods currently driving bakery category growth, we are confident that this new launch will be a hit with consumers seeking out indulgent breakfast products,” said Paul Baker, founder of St Pierre Groupe.St Pierre is currently growing 21% in value sales year-on-year, according to Nielsen.
View Comments Stage and screen star Andrew Rannells is returning to the Great White Way in Falsettos this fall. As a fan of the 1992 production, Rannells recently stopped by The Late Show to tell Stephen Colbert how excited he is to celebrate unlikely love alongside Broadway faves like Christian Borle and Stephanie J. Block. However, he definitely won’t forget his “dirtier” roots in works like The Book of Mormon and HBO’s Girls. “During Mormon, we were wondering: ‘I don’t know if the middle of the country’s gonna go for this.’ And Trey [Parker] would be like ‘Well, I’m from the Midwest. Rannells is from the Midwest. That’s where all the dirty people are from.'” Whether he’s playing delightfully dirty, squeaky clean, or anywhere in between, we’re glad to have Rannells back on Broadway. Watch the hilarious interview below, and catch Falsettos at the Walter Kerr Theatre beginning September 29! Related Shows Falsettos Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 8, 2017 Andrew Rannells