The number of people who are likely to pay a price for their birthday cake is on the rise.
According to data compiled by the consulting firm Mintel, there are a record 1.6 million birthday cake orders on the internet, up from 1.4 million orders in March and down from 1 million in March 2016.
Mintel predicts that the number of online orders for birthday cake will increase to 1.7 million by the end of 2019.
It’s been more than a decade since there were any legal restrictions on online birthday cake sales.
In 2016, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) banned sales of birthday cakes that contained any artificial ingredients.
However, it’s unclear how the FDA’s ban has impacted the number and size of online cake orders.
For now, the number one birthday cake purchase online is in China, where there are nearly three million online birthday cakes.
The United Kingdom, France, Germany, India, the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Spain, and the United Kingdom are the top five countries with the most online birthday sales, according to Mintel.
The number of birthday cake requests in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Kuwait has also increased dramatically.
According to Minting, there were over 1.1 million requests for birthday cakes in UAE in December and January, up 10% from December 2016.
The UAE has a population of approximately 2.8 million.
In April 2018, a French court ordered the closure of all online birthday parties in the country, which resulted in a ban on all online parties in some French regions and bars.
The ban also applies to the sale of cake in France, but not in France.
Makes and cakes are still popular for birthday parties, but a growing number of parents are also looking to find alternative ways to celebrate their children’s birthday.
A recent study found that nearly two-thirds of people would like to celebrate a birthday with friends, family, or an online party.
According the Mintel report, the most popular birthday cake alternative is the birthday cake with a filling.
However the number has decreased in recent years.
In February 2018, the Mintels report found that the majority of cake orders are made with sugar, butter, or both, and that the amount of cake consumed is about one-third the amount that was consumed in 2016.
The Mintel study also found that more than half of the people who were most likely to spend money on their birthday cakes are over age 50.