Retailers are having success with single-serve cake slices, and now are trying smaller-sized packs of everything from muffins to doughnut holes. Some, like Harp’s Food Stores, Springdale, Ark., have been selling single-serve bakery items for years, but have recently pumped up their variety. In fact, Harp’s is exploring sources right now for containers for its probably-soon-to-be-launched push-up cake pops. “We haven’t introduced them here yet. We’re ...

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