Online shopping convenience

11 September 2019 | Art and Entertainment

Yolanda Nel To provide clients from all over the country the opportunity to buy their products with the least amount of hassle, Mom’s Baking Supplies decided to close up shop and go exclusively online.

Mom’s Baking Supplies opened in the Auas Valley Shopping Centre in May 2016. A little more than three years down the line, they are very excited to be online.

“We realize online shopping is the future and want to make it as user friendly as possible,” says owner Daleen. According to her, this move also gives both amateur and professional bakers from outside Windhoek the chance to view and shop for their products. “We know that baking and preparing for an event takes a lot of time and therefore we wanted to add convenience shopping.”

The team still offers all the same products they had in the shop, which is quite a huge variety of products ranging from plastic icing, cake decorations, baking tools, cutters, moulds and packaging to party goodies that include paper plates, cups, bags, party boxes, serviettes and paper straws. “At the moment we’re outsourcing the edible sheet printing, but we will keep customers in contact with the printers,” she says.

Daleen says that Mom’s Baking Supplies will deliver your order within 1 to 2 working days. They are currently working on a collection point for Windhoek and they can courier all over Namibia. “The key is convenience, and we will strive to make your shopping with us just that,” she says.

The online store can be visited at www.momsbakingsupplies.com – [email protected]

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