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Will the energy crisis spell the end for German bakeries?

By DW
06 September 2022   |   5:21 am
Skyrocketing prices for electricity, gas and grain are putting an existential burden on Germany's many bakeries. Only large chains and successful artisan bakeries are likely to survive, said one baker in Bonn.

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