Sugar Bowl Bakery recently announced the relaunch of its limited-time Mango Cake Bites in celebration of Lunar New Year. The company, one of America’s largest minority-owned bakeries, is on a mission to bring joy through its items—and what better way to do that by bringing back a beloved item?
“The Lunar New Year is an important day to the Sugar Bowl Bakery family because it represents a day of celebration for many Asian countries encouraging them to come together and celebrate by offering a variety of food to their friends and family,” said Kevin Ly, Director of Innovation. “It’s symbolic of the success of the past year and the hope to have this prosperity carry over to the new year. As one of the many traditions of this holiday, it is customary to display round, plump fruits like mangos, tangerines, and oranges on the table to symbolize a sweet new year.”
These fruity and flavorful bites are back by popular demand and are available for purchase at Costco locations nationwide for a limited time, a press release outlined. The Mango Cakes are bite-sized, and like all of Sugar Bowl Bakery’s goods, they are perfectly portioned, perfectly moist and perfectly delicious.
The company was founded by five immigrant brothers from Vietnam and has remained focused on its mission of bringing consumers delicious baked goods. Kevin Ly, quoted above, is an Award-Winning Pastry Chef, and loves to come up with unique offerings inspired by traditional Asian flavors.
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