Sam Mensah

has taken his family Bakery digital, but its still the classic flavours that keep the customers coming in.

Not just the Guardian newspaper but also the BBC have rained down plaudits for this family business. Its fresh approach to marketing on Google Maps mixed with its rich heritage of creating amazing baked products, mean its thoroughly deserving of this praise.

A family recipe of Ghanian sweet bread is the cornerstone of the business but it doesn’t stop there with a selection of other produce.

The business only shut for a few days in the pandemic before opening up to supply the local community as an essential business. It continues to deliver the highest quality service in a safe and social distanced environment.



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