Croissants 'dying out' in France

Claim that half of the buttery, crescent-shaped pastries found in so-called “home-made” bakeries are industrially made and heated up on site.

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For the past ten years, the number of “industrial” – frozen or pre-prepared - croissants sold in France’s 30,000 boulangeries has rocketed, baking experts say, reports The Daily Telegraph.