Cakes by Bike
The team at Cakewhole have always tried to be as green as possible – most obviously with their re-usable cake boxes – and now they’ve taken another step along the road to sustainability. They’ve teamed up with Zedify, who will be delivering their bread from Jacka and Heyl, and will also be doing their city centre cake deliveries. So if you see Corran (above) cycling round the city one morning, chances are her bike will have a cargo of Cakewhole cakes!
Gil Wooley of Zedify said: “Zedify Plymouth aims to transform urban logistics. We are offering hyper local deliveries and collections, meaning efficient services for clients using cargo bikes, the most efficient transport around cities, which is low impact and zero emission. Changing the way our goods are delivered to your doorstep helps to tackle the climate crisis and creates cleaner air for everyone in Plymouth.”
Cakes for Everyone
Now that we’re emerging from the pandemic, the pace of things at Cakewhole is starting to pick up and their list of wholesale customers grows ever longer. Now you can enjoy Cakewhole cakes and traybakes at the Game Larder in Yelverton in addition to their already established customers.
In order to meet their new baking targets, they’ve extended their working day which means the shop is now open from 8am every day.
The Cakewhole team has grown and now consists of Natalie, Emma, Rosie, Phoebe, Niamh and Josephine. Next time you’re in Plymouth, why not pop into the bakery to say hello.