What is your favourite bakery?
Marthas bakery, which opened in March, has a reputation for being a family business.
Its owners have had a long relationship with the French capital and have even made the short journey to Paris to work there.
In fact, the bakery has been a favourite spot for visiting French officials, and the restaurant is also popular with tourists.
But it also serves a diverse range of customers, including both tourists and locals.
It’s a very well-known bakery that also sells some of the most popular French desserts, and there are plenty of bakeries that cater to different tastes.
Marthias is one of them.
It is one the biggest bakeries in Paris and is also one of the biggest restaurants in Paris.
It has been selling its bakery and catering services for more than 25 years.
But in recent years, it has been struggling with an inability to keep up with rising demand.
“We have been trying to make our costs lower, which is why we have to go out of business,” said the owner of Marthases bakery, Jean-Claude Brancu, on the first day of the new year.
“The main problem is the lack of business.”
Brancus explained that he decided to sell the business in February.
He is now in talks with the owner, who has asked him to start the new business with a bigger budget.
The business started as a hobby, but it turned into a real job.
“For me, the main motivation for doing it was to support my family, and to keep them fed,” said Brancuer.
Brancuzs mother and grandmother worked as bakers at the bakery.
His mother-in-law has been there since 1997, while Brancucuzs father-in to wife is a bakers and pastry chef.
Branches of both of them were trained by Marthays father-and-son team.
He also teaches the business to his children, including one of his sons, who is a pastry chef now.
Branca said he is proud of the family business and is looking forward to seeing his grandchildren.
“I’m proud of my family and my family’s tradition, so I want to keep the tradition,” said a smiling Brancuchus.
“This is a very special bakery, with great customers, a good reputation and we’re trying to keep it that way.”
The bakery has had problems with the sale of the last few years.
The main source of the problems, according to Brancuci, has been the lack the financial support from the French government.
“In the past, the government has not been paying enough attention to our business,” he said.
Brancheus said the French authorities have not been helpful.
“If they would help us, we would have a business for decades,” he explained.
Branzus is looking to bring Marthasses bakery to France again, and is in talks to do so with a French government agency.
“At the moment, it’s not possible, because the French public does not want to pay much, and we have no possibility of making the money,” he added.
“But, if we have enough capital, I think we will have a chance.”
In the past few years, there have been a number of changes in the French bakeries landscape, including the closure of several bakeries.
And Brancucci said there was also a change in the number of bakerys that cater for a wider range of tastes.
He explained that a lot of bakerries are catering for tourists and residents in Paris, and that Marthass bakery has a special place in this category.
“People come to the bakery and order cakes from our customers,” said he.
“It’s a family-owned business.
This is why it has such a special status.”
Branches in the neighbourhood of Paris-Brest have also been growing in popularity, and Brancutus said he was excited to see them grow in number.
“Bricks are growing everywhere, so we need more bricks,” he exclaimed.
The owner of a bakery in Paris-Lesbos, which also has a Marthasia branch, said that he would be keen to see a move to the bigger, more popular bakeries of Paris.
“These bakeries are a great attraction for tourists,” he told The Lad.
“When we have people come in, we want to have a good experience.”
He added that the growth of brick-making has led to a decline in sales.
“There’s a lot more people here now, and it’s hard to maintain a business that is growing,” he admitted.
But he said he has no plans to stop selling his business.
“Even if we are in the last 10 years, I’m happy with our business, because I want more customers,” he concluded.