Hiatus Cheesecake

At Hiatus Cheesecake, we take a simplified approach by making delicious cheesecake with the most premium and highest quality ingredients that are currently available in the market. We take pride in making everything we bake from scratch using organic and all natural ingredients. We offer both a "Pull N' Plate" option for restaurants and a "Grab N' Go" option with our brand label for grocery stores. We have a creative and unique selection of flavors that allows our wholesale customers to select the cheesecakes that will best fit their clientele.

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Amount Raised: $12,100
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December 30, 2022
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Company Description

These days, most people are concerned with their diets. At some point we all take breaks from those diets. A “Hiatus” cheesecake represents a temporary break from your diet. Our portion sizes are small so that you don’t over indulge, but you still get to experience the amazing rich and decadent taste of our cheesecake.

Key Deal Facts

Hiatus Cheesecake is a thriving black owned business based in Baltimore, Maryland that specializes in crafting some of the highest quality gourmet cheesecakes in the market from scratch., Experienced incredible post-COVID growth as sales have increased by more than 50% since the beginning of 2021., Expanded business operations to Philadelphia in May 2022 via Cloud Retail., Made our nationwide debut on QVC/HSN in June 2022., Gross revenues are projected to increase by more than 2000% by the end of 2023 as a result of our brand new national partnership with Kroger., Serving our community plays a pivotal role in our day-to-day business operations., Coordinated Forks to Funds Fundraising Drive to raise money for local parent teacher organizations., We take pride in creating family-wage sustaining jobs and training programs for local Baltimore City residents with an emphasis on hiring minorities in underserved communities., Currently working to develop a culinary apprenticeship program to support work study programs from local high schools, colleges, and trade schools.

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