Café Valley acquires mini-cupcake maker

PHOENIX — Café Valley Bakery, a producer and distributor of baked meals to in-store bakery and foodservice clients, has acquired the belongings of Freed’s Bakery, a Manchester, NH-based maker of iced mini cupcakes.

Freed’s produces day-after-day and seasonal mini-iced cupcakes and is thought for its number of vanilla and chocolate cupcakes topped with colourful icing and designs. Offered in 12- and 24-count packages, Freed’s Bakery merchandise are constantly refreshed to fulfill ever-changing buyer wants, Café Valley mentioned.

Based mostly in Phoenix, Café Valley produces baked meals for in-store bakeries, membership shops, foodservice clients and comfort shops in North America. Brian Owens, chief government officer of Café Valley, mentioned the acquisition of Freed’s will develop Café Valley’s place within the thaw-and-sell baked meals market.

“Our on a regular basis and seasonally focused vary of iced mini cupcakes presents an indulgent, snack-size deal with superb for particular occasions and gatherings,” he mentioned. “Iced mini cupcakes are an ideal complement to our core enterprise of desserts, muffins, espresso cake bites, and croissants, and can present a key development space for our retail and foodservice companions. We’re extremely excited to have the ability to higher serve our clients with this acquisition.”

Café Valley operates baking vegetation in Phoenix and Marion, Ind.

Freed’s Bakery for a few years was a part of the Maplehurst Bakeries enterprise that, in flip, was a part of Weston Meals, a division of Toronto-based George Weston Ltd.   Weston Meals in 2021 was acquired by FGF Manufacturers, Inc., however the Maplehurst enterprise, which makes a speciality of frozen baked meals, was not included within the sale. Source

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