Baking is a food preparation method that involves the use of dry heat, usually through an oven though food can also be baked with hot ashes, or on hot stones.  Bread remains the most popular baked food. Others include cakes, tortes, brownies, cookies, pies, muffins, pastries, quiches, scones, crackers, pretzels, and others. These popular items are known collectively as bakery products or goods and can be purchased at a bakery, market, grocery stores, or through other sources such as the internet. In a typical baking process, heat transfer occurs from the surface to the centre of the food being baked  This heat movement is responsible for the transformation of batters and doughs to baked food items as well as for the firm dry crust or outer layer and the soft inner layer or centre noticeable in the baked food. Baking and barbecuing are related practices because heat is central to bother whether through a masonry oven for baking or a smoke pit for barbecuing. Both baking and barbecuing can be combined to make a hybrid barbecue. A person who processes and prepares baked food items for a living is called a baker. The art and science of baking are very important in the food industry because of the popularity and wide consumption of baked food such as bread, cakes, cookies and others. Bread particularly have an economic and cultural significance.  Though baking predates Rome, it was during the festivity and celebration loving Roman Empire that professional baking or pastry cooks (pastillarium in Rome) became more established and respected. Roman baking methodologies eventually found their way to other cultures in Europe and Asia. By the 13th century, professional baking was flourishing in London and many quality control and other laws were put in place not only for bakers but for the whole food industry.  With advancements in technology, baking has since developed into a profitable component of the food industry using automated machinery which enabled more goods to be produced for widespread distribution.  One company competing in the industry is Bakedin. About Bakedin Bakedin is a food processing company and subscription service that supplies various kinds of baked products and baking kits. It was created in 2013 by friends who loved to cook and had the idea of a time-saving baking kit that still allowed people to absolutely enjoy the baking from scratch experience but with less stress.  Bakedin claims that no artificial colourings, flavourings or preservatives are used in all products it makes. It is based in North Hampshire, UK.Products and services of Bakedin Apart from edibles like cakes, sprinkles, brownies, etc from its factory, Bakedin also stocks a lot of non-edible items like aprons, tea towels, jam thermometers, greeting and gift cards,  among others. Bakedin also offers baking kits as well as monthly subscription boxes via its baking and bread club packages. The company provides UK shipping and operates a 14 day returns policy though intending returnees must notify Bakedin within one week of receiving the products.