DALLAS — Known for its Bundt Cakes, Bundtlets and Bundtinis, Nothing Bundt Cakes recently opened its 500th bakery. The latest storefront is in Shawnee, KS, which is part of the Kansas City, MO, metropolitan area.
The small business started in a home kitchen in 1997 and has grown into the nation’s largest specialty cake company, with locations across 43 states and Canada.
“Our growth is built upon our commitment to baking the finest, most delicious Bundt cakes and partnering with passionate bakery owners who have an unwavering commitment to our guests,” said Chris Tarrant, chief development officer of Nothing Bundt Cakes. “The bakery owners in our growing network have become integral members of their communities, bringing joy and connecting with guests as they celebrate special occasions and everyday moments with us.”
Nothing Bundt Cakes opened 51 bakeries in 2022, and plans to open 110 by the end of 2023.
The company offers bite-sized Bundtinis, miniature Bundtlets, Bundtlet Towers, and 8- and 10-inch Bundt cakes and tiered Bundt cakes in nine flavors, with rotating featured flavors and a gluten-free Chocolate Chip Cookie flavor at select bakeries.
“We congratulate multi-unit franchisees Jim, Bev and Alex Edwards in Shawnee for opening our milestone 500th bakery,” Tarrant said. “It’s an important time for our brand as we continue to ‘Bring the Joy to more and more communities across the nation and in Canada.”