Première fournée de weston
The weston story / 1933
In the midst of the Great Depression, Garfield Weston expands overseas. He begins buying bakeries across England, Scotland and Ireland, modernizing them. He also introduces more Canadian wheat in an effort to help Prairie farmers. Not only is he able to produce a quality biscuit at half the price but also makes a better loaf of bread. Garfield is so successful that by 1937 he is hailed by the press as "Britain's Biggest Baker."