Some retailers say scan-to-print cakes aren’t worth the hassle, but others say the spring holidays make these cakes a real draw
Scan-to-print cakes, or cakes with photos on them, have been around for about a decade now, and while some retailers say they no longer find the category lucrative, other bakery departments are brimming with orders during the peak graduation and holiday season. With students graduating, and Mother's Day and Father's Day occurring during the months of May and June, scan-to-print cake orders are coming in droves at Salt Lake City-based Associated Food Stores' corporate-owned stores and at ...
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