The paczki, a Polish doughnut-like pre-Lenten bakery treat, is breaking out of traditional markets and making more in-store bakery operators take notice. The super-rich Fat Tuesday treat was a surprise sales success this year, said retailers contacted by SN outside the paczki's traditional Michigan marketing enclaves. They said they are already plotting paczki (pronounced poonch-key) production and promotion strategies for next year's Fat Tuesday celebration. The double-filled paczki, ...

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