Who are we?
We’ve come a long way since 2014 when we started Cakewhole, baking in our little oven at home. Now we employ six staff and our customer base, both wholesale and retail, has grown, as has our range of products.
Despite our growth, we haven’t compromised on the things that are important to us: we still use only the best quality ingredients, locally sourced where possible, and we try to ensure all our packaging is recyclable or re-usable.
We feel very much a part of our community, and value our links with other local independent businesses, whether they sell our products or we sell theirs.
Our team is our most vital asset and it’s important to us to look after them, so when you visit Cakewhole you’ll be greeted with a smile and leave with one on your face.
At Cakewhole, our links with the local community are very important to us, and one of the ways those links are expressed is through our commitment to using local suppliers wherever possible.
Our local suppliers include:
Owen’s Coffee – based at the Roastery in Ivybridge
Jacka Bakery – our Monday guest baker, providing delicious sourdough from the oldest continuously working bakery in the UK.
Baker Tom’s bread – up from Pool in Cornwall
Heyl Bakery – baked in the old mortuary at Devonport Guildhall using flour from grains grown in Devon and Cornwall
Cornish Orchards – locally made soft drinks
Burt’s Crisps – hand made at Roborough
Trewithen Dairy – milk and butter from happy Cornish cows
Bay Tree Chutneys – artisan chutneys and pickles made in Ivybridge
Littlepod – Organic Vanilla Paste