Nourishment bakery of Bible, which is located in a shopping center in the center of Paris, has closed.
The bakery has been operating since October, when the bakery owner decided to sell it to a group of French citizens who had been making and selling the bakery at a local flea market for the past five years.
“We are deeply sorry for the loss of this wonderful bakery and its customers, especially for our staff,” the bakery said in a statement.
“The bakery’s management has made the decision to close the bakery, so it will be closed for a period of five months.
It’s not possible to sell the bakery without having an owner.”
The owner of the bakery told French news site L’Express that the bakery will be put on a “long-term loan” from a private lender.
He added that he has received more than 10,000 euros ($11,000) from the bank to pay for the purchase of the business, which was initially set to cost around 5 million euros ($5.5 million).
The owners of the other bakeries in Paris also reported the closure.
Bakery owner said he was surprised to see his business shut down but he had not lost hope and was ready to start over.
“I’m a baker and a businessman,” he told Le Parisien.
“I can’t say how much I want to stay in business.
I’ll start over tomorrow.
We will find a new place for a new bakery.”
The bakery of Bread and Butter is one of a few remaining bakeries still in operation in the country.