Earlier this week, vending machines popped up in Toronto, Ontario, Canada that featured the logo of the renowned Carlo’s Bakery.
Three new cake vending machines from Carlo's Bakery, the bakery of “Cake Boss” Buddy Valastro, appeared without warning in Toronto’s PATH, the city’s underground shopping complex. According to BlogTO, the machines offer a selection of cake slices in flavors such as rainbow, red velvet, chocolate, and carrot cake.
Toronto just got three new cake vending machines from Carlo's Bakery https://t.co/xH1ledj2yl #Toronto pic.twitter.com/77c5VORKSQ— blogTO (@blogTO) November 5, 2019
While Carlo’s Bakery does sell its baked goods online, this marks the first time Canadians can buy them in person. The vending machines are reportedly re-stocked daily and each slice of cake costs $8.99.
Carlo’s Bakery, originating in Hoboken, New Jersey, now has 13 locations across the U.S. in 9 states.