Fritz Bakery Has A Wish For Their 50th Anniversary

And that wish is to be in their new expansive location by November 7th, the bakery’s 50th anniversary.

Patch is reporting that the Fritz Bakery’s Bensalem location will soon move to a larger space, taking over the former St. Jude Religious Store at 4201 Neshaminy Blvd.  The new site offers 6,034 square feet, a significant increase from their current spaces of 1,600 square feet in Langhorne, and 1,800 square feet in Bensalem.

Fritz Bakery, a beloved establishment in Lower Bucks County with locations in Langhorne and Bensalem, is set for a significant expansion. Known for its popular sticky buns and a variety of other sweet treats like brownies, cookies, cupcakes, cheesecakes, Danish, pies, and cinnamon rolls, the bakery has been a staple in the community since 1974.

Fritz Bakery’s expansion marks a new chapter for the beloved Bensalem institution. With its long history and commitment to quality, the bakery is poised to continue delighting customers with its sweet treats for many more years to come.

Read the original story, and the interview Patch managed to score with Co-owner Kim Bartholomai.

 

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