‘Warm Warrens Welcome’

Warrens is a traditional bakery, with two production sites and 50 stores throughout Cornwall, Devon and Somerset. We have served the public proudly since 1860.

We are the oldest Cornish Pasty producer in the World, the oldest bakery in Cornwall and one of the oldest artisan bakers in the United Kingdom.

As the Guardian of the Cornish Pasty since 1860™, we regularly win awards and prizes for our premium pasties and tasty products (British Baker, Great Taste, Taste of the West, World Pasty Championship). However, satisfying our customers for over 150 years remains our greatest achievement.

Our product range also includes hand crafted savouries, luxury scones, artisan breads, cakes, sweet treats, and regional speciality biscuits. Our reputation for quality, integrity and friendly service is unparalleled throughout the Westcountry, where generations of customers have come to value our Warm Warrens Welcome.

We also supply artisan products to leading retailers through our trade brand, Simply Cornish™.

Warrens - the oldest and still the best.

Latest News

Amazing New Site Opening In Cullompton Services
Warrens Bakery will be opening an amazing new site in the Cullompton Services, M5 Junction 28 on Wednesday 27/05/15.
A new face has taken over as chairman of the Cornish Pasty Association - our very own JASON JOBLING - Company Director & Chief Operating Officer! The association represents the interests of pasty-makers across the county and created the groundswell that led the European Union to grant Protected Geographical Indication status to the Cornish pasty. This means that, throughout the UK and the wider European Union, only products that are made to the approved recipe can be marketed as a Cornish pasty. Jason is keen to use his period in office to build recognition of both the Cornish pasty and the association. He said: “Cornwall relies heavily on the food and drink industry with one in three jobs in Cornwall being involved in some way. Food and drink is also the biggest manufacturing sector in the county and to be involved in our ‘hero’ product, the pasty, is wonderful. “The next 12 months will be important in developing and building the Cornish pasty brand. The association has worked hard to gain the protected name and now we need to demonstrate to the world the quality of our Cornish pasty.