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This Popular Black-Owned California Bakery Celebrates 25-Years In Business
With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, Luv’s Brownies is making their sweet treats more accessible.
The award-winning online Black-owned bakery is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a new mobile dessert truck serving the Bay Area.
Aundrea R. Lacy launched the family-run bakery in 1996 while working at Hewlett-Packard and has since built it into a California institution. It’s the first internet-only bakery.
The mobile dessert truck menu will feature Luv Brownies’ signature heart-shaped brownies and a new menu that includes heart-shaped brownie ice cream sandwiches and marshmallows, house-made waffle cones, and caramel. As a nod to Lacy’s Cuban heritage, the dessert truck will also offer Cuban style specialty coffee drinks.
Locations for the dessert truck include the Rose Garden Farmers’ Market on Saturdays from 9am to 1pm and the Cupertino Farmers’ Market on Sundays from 9am to 1pm. The truck can be requested or hired for private events throughout Santa Clara County. More locations will soon be announced.
For more information, visit LuvsBrownies.com or call (408) 757-8009.