Black-Owned Vegan Bakery Has “Jaw-Dropping Influx Of Orders”
A vegan bakery in Texas has experienced a huge sales increase following a surge in support for Black-owned businesses.
Southern Roots in San Antonio — which is run by husband and wife team Cara and Marcus Pitts — has reported a “jaw-dropping influx of orders.”
After being included in lists of Black-owned businesses to support amid the Black Lives Matter movement, Southern Roots shared that thousands of orders came “flying in.”
“We were denied benefits as a small business, so all of the recent attention has been a blessing in disguise,” said Marcus.
“As a black-owned business, our focus is on perseverance and consistency. We have to keep going no matter what because life comes at you fast.”
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Southern Roots Vegan Bakery
Cara and Marcus opened the online bakery in 2018 — shortly after they were both inspired to go vegan by plant-based documentary What the Health.
The couple now bakes a wide range of treats for their customers, including cookies, donuts, and brownies, with nationwide shipping across the US.
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