Budd Dairy Food Hall is welcoming a sweet new addition that will also support a worthy cause.
It announced today that Fourteen Twenty Nine, the Gahanna-based bakery committed to combatting human trafficking, will occupy its rotating dessert kitchen, known as Sugar. It will take over the space from Mrs Turbo’s cookies, the previous Sugar vendor, starting Nov. 16.
Sugar was launched with the introduction of Mrs. Turbo’s Cookies in September. It claimed the kitchen space that was previously a Stauf’s Coffee Roasters location.
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“I am very excited to be a part of Budd Dairy Food Hall and Cameron Mitchell Restaurants,” said Fourteen Twenty Nine owner Amanda Caldwell. “We have been given the opportunity to work alongside other amazing like-minded businesses in Budd Dairy and we are looking forward to serving the community in this new way.”
Fourteen Twenty Nine offers a wide variety of brownies, cookies, cakes , and more. The sale of all these items will go towards helping survivors of human trafficking.
The bakery operates a Gahanna-based ghost kitchen and is available for purchase online, and in a number of different Columbus markets and restaurants. Its new Budd Dairy space will be the first brick and mortar location for Fourteen Twenty Nine.
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