The cake failed to sell at a cake store after an owner decided to go with the flow, the owner of a popular cake bakery in New York City said.
In an interview with The New York Times, the owners of a Manhattan-based bakery said they sold a cake on Friday that was supposed to celebrate a birthday of a family member and had to be shipped out of state.
They had originally planned to celebrate their anniversary by baking a birthday cake that had already sold out.
They were so happy to see the birthday cake go to the store that they decided to make it bigger.
The bakery had already shipped out about 15 million cakes in 2016 and the bakery had a turnover of about $1 million, said the owner, who did not want to be named because he did not have the full details.
It was a big day, he said.
We sold it to a bakery in Manhattan.
We got a call from the customer service person saying, “There’s nothing we can do,” and then he said, “We can’t sell you the cake because it’s a birthday birthday cake.”
The bakery also sells cake with special events.
It does not know if it will be able to sell the cake to a local store for a big celebration.
The baker said that when the customers told him the cake was not going to be big enough, he was upset.
“I don’t know if I’m supposed to be sad or not.
I guess I’m just sad,” he said to the Times.
We have never had a cake with such a big birthday cake and we have never sold such a cake, the bakery owner said.
The customer service employee was a good baker, but he was not good at his job, he added.