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This is the Eurosatory stand that drew my attention this morning given that I hadn't had any breakfast:

Sadly, the baker told me the bread wouldn't be ready until midday so I never got to eat it but he told me that working in this field bakery was exactly like working in an ordinary one and the bread would be just as good. I'll have to check out the veracity of this statement tomorrow at lunchtime!

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