Eat A Cake To Contribute Towards COVID-19 In India By Ordering From These Bakeries

Bakeries India Contribute Towards COVID-19
by Suchismita Pal
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The COVID-19 pandemic has been a major blow to the Food and Beverages industry of India. Small, medium and large scale restaurants, confectioneries and more had already borne the brunt of the nationwide lockdown in 2020. In the first half of 2021, they began to see a ray of hope to revive their businesses, but the second wave hit India again, pushing them back to their struggles. But despite the challenging times, many bakeries, restaurants, delivery chains and individuals are coming forward to lend a helping hand for COVID relief. While some are cooking dishes for quarantined patients, some others are raising donations by selling food.

Bakeries India Contribute Towards COVID-19

Bakeries across India are raising funds for COVID relief by making certain desserts. The entire money earned from the sale of these desserts will be donated to charities like Goonj, Hemkunt Foundation and Annada, among others. Here is a list of 6 bakeries that are baking cakes for a cause.

1. Coffee Cocoa Tea Cake, Jo Bakes For Charity, Panipat

Jo Bakes For Charity is run by Jyoti Saluja, who makes whole wheat, eggless delights. And all her proceeds go to charity. The donations from this bakery will go towards Hemkunt Foundation for the provision of oxygen cylinders.

2. Box Of Mini Cakes, Once Upon A Cake, Pune

Once Upon A Cake is fundraising by selling its Box of Mini Cakes. The bakery, run by Pune baker Mohena A, is contributing the proceedings towards Khaana Chahiye Foundation that is catering to the food demands of the homeless, the migrant workers and daily wage labourers in these trying times.

3. Desserts From Mag St. Bread Co., Mumbai

This bakery will donate the money earned from the sale of its desserts Mag St, Bono, La Folie, Ether, Mavi’s Commbucha and Tooth Fairy Bakes towards Railway Children Organisation, which is providing physio-social support to street children during COVID.

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4. Cakes From Dalisay India, Mumbai

Dalisay India is a Mumbai-based bakery known for its vegan and gluten-free desserts. The bakery had offered its Oats & Jaggery Brownie Cake for the #BakeForIndia initiative to donate the money earned from the sales towards Hemkunt Foundation. The cakes were all sold out till May 6. Now, the company has stated that it will donate 100 percent of the proceeds of all the orders from the entire month.


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5. Chocolate Souffle Jars, Monkey Temptation, Chennai

Monkey Temptation, Chennai is raising funds by selling Chocolate Souffle Jars and will donate the money earned, along with the ingredient costs, to Hemkunt Foundation for the provision of oxygen cylinders.

6. Classic Chocolate Chip Cookies, A Sweet Surrender, Kolkata

Kolkata’s A Sweet Surrender by Urvashi Shivnani has also participated in the #BakeForIndia campaign and is raising funds by selling Classic Chocolate Chip Cookies. The proceeds from the sale will go towards Hemkunt Foundation.

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To know about other bakeries taking part in the campaign, check the #BakeForIndia list. Let us be together in this fight against the pandemic.


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