Chudleigh’s branching out to frozen baked goods
The Milton farm is known for its orchard and its tie-in restaurant that made Chudleigh’s Apple Blossoms famous.
Chudleigh’s announces that they are now supplying Canadian grocery stores with frozen versions of their Apple Blossoms, Molten Chocolate Lava Cakes and Butter Toffee Sticky Cakes.
“A lot of people are surprised that we decided to offer frozen desserts, adds Dean Chudleigh, Scott’s brother and the bakery’s co-owner in a press release. “But frozen is the closest way that people can experience the taste of our desserts - now matter where they are - fresh from their ovens, without unnecessary preservatives or processes.”
The third-generation business started out as an orchard, and grew to a 110,000 square foot bakery. Read more about how Chudleigh’s farm became a crossover success seemingly overnight.
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