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Pasties enjoying Spanish success
Spanish people eating Crantock pasties
Pasties date back to about 1300
A Cornish pasty firm is finding its wares are selling so well in Spain that it is opening two more shops there.

The two new shops, at Calpe, near Benidorm and in Torrevieja, south of Alicante, are due to open in the next few days.

The pasties are all made at Crantock's bakery before being blast frozen and taken to Spain.

Crantock's Leigh Loomes said: "We are looking to have between 15 and 20 shops in Spain open by this time next year."




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