News | June 4, 2018

Sugar Bowl Bakery Expands Product Line With Launch Of Its New Button Cakes At The International Dairy Deli Bakery Association Show

Kid-tested, parent-approved Button Cakes are made with real fruit and no preservatives for a wholesome treat

San Francisco, CA (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) - Sugar Bowl Bakery, a family owned bakery based in Hayward, CA, is making snack time tastier and more adorable than ever with the launch of its new Button Cakes at the International Dairy Deli Bakery Association Show. These new miniature cakes come in four delicious flavors including: Tropical Mango, Wild Blueberry, Lemon Zest and Madagascar Vanilla—even the picky eaters will have no problem gobbling these treats up.

Sugar Bowl Bakery’s Button Cakes contain real fruit and vanilla bean seeds, and contain no artificial flavors, colors or preservatives. Unlike some processed loaves and cakes, Sugar Bowl Bakery’s Button Cakes don’t skimp out on the butter and eggs so each bite is full of flavor that will remind you of your local family bakery just around the corner. The Button Cakes will be available in 8 and 16 count packages and will be sold in retail stores throughout the United States.

“Like many other Sugar Bowl pastries, our goal with the Button Cakes was to create a treat that would be both fun and exciting for kids and the whole family,” said Andrew Ly, CEO of Sugar Bowl Bakery. “Even the name ‘Button Cakes’ is playful and designed for children. We want these treats to inspire memorable bonding activities for the family such as your daughter’s first tea party or an outdoor picnic.”

Sugar Bowl Bakery will be at IDDBA 2018 in New Orleans, LA from Sunday, June 10 through Tuesday, June 12 and will be available for meetings at their booth #2352. For more information on the Sugar Bowl Bakery brand and its products, visit

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's lines of high-quality baked goods are sold at various supermarket chains and warehouse clubs.


Source: Sugar Bowl Bakery