SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwire - Jan 21, 2013) - Sugar Bowl Bakery, one of the largest family/minority owned bakeries operating in the United States, announced today at the Fancy Food Show in San Francisco, the addition of Duet Bites to its line of high quality, affordable desserts. This unique treat combines the chocolaty goodness of the company's Petite Brownie Bites with the rich, buttery flavor of its Madeleines -- making every bite just right!
The Duet Bites currently come in several pack sizes including 32oz, 11oz and vending. This new bite-sized indulgence is perfect to serve at office parties, celebrations or just a great accompaniment with your morning cup of tea or coffee.
"The Duet Bites were a natural evolution for our product line -- combining our customers' favorite treats into one full-flavored dessert," said Andrew Ly, CEO of Sugar Bowl Bakery. "Since the batter for the Duet Bites is half Petite Brownie Bite and half Madeleine, the end result is a distinctive marbled effect that allows consumers to enjoy the best of both worlds!"
Sugar Bowl Bakery's popular desserts include Petite Palmiers, Petite Brownie Bites, Madeleines and now Duet Bites. They are currently being distributed nationally as well as internationally. Sugar Bowl Bakery's products can be found at select retailers -- such as Costco Wholesale, Whole Foods, Safeway, Kroger, and Cost Plus.
Stop-by our booth (#2539) at the Fancy Food Show, January 20-22, 2013 and try our new Duet Bites or learn more about our line of tasty treats!
About Sugar Bowl Bakery
In 1984, five immigrant brothers pooled their savings together to open the first Sugar Bowl Bakery, a small neighborhood coffee shop in San Francisco. Sugar Bowl Bakery has since become a leader in developing quality baked goods and is now one of the largest bakeries that is family/minority owned and operated in Northern California. The award-winning bakery offers a complete line of high-quality baked goods delivered to various food service institutions, supermarket chains and warehouse clubs.