Storage Tips for the Upcoming Hot Season

At Amari, we bake the old-fashioned way; we don’t use any preservatives or bread stabilizers.

We like using fresh ingredients on our baked products and we also like to keep them as natural and chemical-free as we possibly can. That also means that the shelf-life of our products is reasonable shorter than that of other baked products sold in shops or supermarkets.
In this upcoming hot season though, we would like to remind everyone of the proper storage of quick-breads, cakes and other baked products since perishable goods spoil faster in a warmer environment. Hope this tips are helpful.

Tip No. 1:

– Make sure when you receive your order from any other bakery, read the label so that you are aware of the shelf-life of the baked product.

Amari packed fruit breads

Tip No. 2:

– As labels suggest, make sure you store the baked products in a cool dry place, so they do not spoil faster.

Tip No. 3:

– We like customers to consume the baked products supplied on the day supplied and the day after.

Frosted orange Cupcake

However: if you would like to keep them an extra day, you can store in the refrigerator to give it another day. You can also check out our storage tips on our previous blog post on storage.

Tip No. 4:

– If you would like to consume baked products several times during the week and you’re not sure if they will last; just buy them a day before.

Hope those tips are helpful.

Enjoy the warm season ^_^

Published by Amari

Baking with Amari offers learning experiences to those who want to experience & know what Bakers & Cake Decorators do in a practical, hands-on settting. We train our students using Cookswell original charcoal ovens. We also offer basic business start-up training for those who want to start small baking businesses. We do groups vocational training anywhere in East Africa as well. We hold classes in our home-based bakery workshop located on Ndwaru road in Riruta, Nairobi; off Naivasha road, next to Pelida School.

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