A sweet new business has launched in Norwich and they’re selling jars of cake
- Credit: the cuppie hut
If you can't resist a slice of cake or two you'll want to check out a new business in Norwich.
Three days a week you'll find a vintage horse box parked up in Tombland, with a range of sweet treats inside.
This horse box, affectionately called 'Ruby' by its owners, is part of The Cuppie Hut, a food and drink business created by former stay-at-home mums, Melanie Abel and Kim Cooper.
The pair, both in their mid-forties, hail from Norwich and have always enjoyed baking for their families.
'People started telling us we should start a cake business, so we did! We started off at bake sales and small festivals and now have our own pitch in the city,' they said.
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On May 2, the ladies launched The Cuppie Hut in Tombland, where they have a space on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays to sell cupcakes, cookies, hot chocolates and more.
The real star of the show though are the cake jars, which come in a variety of flavours, including lemon and blueberry, Reese's peanut butter, mint chocolate and salted caramel.
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They added: 'Tombland is the perfect fit for our Ruby and we've had a lovely time so far. Long may it continue.'