Cake Boss set to offer baked goods at Pearson Airport in Mississauga
Published June 9, 2022 at 4:14 pm
Carlo’s Bakery has only been open in the Port Credit area of Mississauga for a short time, but already it is branching out.
The bakery, made famous for the hit television show Cake Boss based on the happenings at its original store in New Jersey, will now offer on-demand pastries at Pearson Airport through vending machines in Terminals 1 and 3.
Known as “cake ATM’s”, the machines will offer speciality Cake Boss flavours such as rainbow, red velvet, cookies and cream and carrot.
Stocked daily, the slices will cost $9.99.
While the airport ATM’s are new, one has been operating successfully at Square One since 2020.
Carlo’s Bakery opened its original Hoboken shop back in 1910 and was taken over by the Valastro family in 1964. Buddy Valastro currently runs the empire, which it indeed has become once the bakery hit the airwaves in 2009. The show, called the Cake Boss, features Buddy and his team creating elaborate custom-ordered cakes.
The Port Credit location, the first in Canada located at 167 Lakeshore Rd. W., feature cakes, cannoli, éclairs and whatever you might find in a typical Italian bakery, but with an upscale presentation and a ready-made audience thanks to 10 years of television exposure.
The bakery plans to increase the number of vending machines at various locations in the GTA and has just announced it will open another store in Toronto’s Yorkville district.
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