Customers can choose between two monthly subscription options: a "loaf only" Yum Box, or the traditional Yum Box, featuring the company's signature banana nut bread accompanied by a rotating selection of 8 different baked goodies -- such as cookies and brownies -- along with a special "surprise gift" that varies month-to-month.
If customers do not wish to commit to monthly subscriptions, Bakers Yum Box also offers one-time delivery options.
When asked what sets her company apart from other similar services, Bakers Yum Box Founder Cynthia Dunbar explained, "The majority of subscription box services today typically send out an assortment of ingredients and a recipe and then bow out of the picture entirely, leaving the customer to handle the rest of the leg work. The great thing about Bakers Yum Box is that we provide added value by taking that extra step for you. Everything arrives freshly made, fully-baked, and ready to enjoy immediately. You've heard of farm-to-table. Bakers Yum Box is oven-to-table."
Bakers Yum Box caters to a broad population of customers, including foodies, working professionals and others who are stretched for time when it comes to baking or cooking, those who may be unable to leave the house on a regular basis, businesses, and more.
The company appeals to the "treat yourself" mentality at the heart of the massively booming subscription box service market that has risen dramatically in popularity among both consumers and businesses. From cosmetics to shaving supplies to meal preparation kits to books and everything else in between, it's now possible to have nearly anything imaginable delivered monthly straight to door.
Subscription box services like Bakers Yum Box not only support an increasingly diverse range of products, but many are also being regarded as highly attractive investment opportunities. For instance, just last year, Blue Apron -- a company that delivers fresh food ingredients and original recipes for home-cooked meals -- closed $135 million in Series D funding.
Dunbar acknowledges the timeliness of her launch in relation to the growing industry where both consumer interest and investment dollars are piling up fast. "It's no doubt the subscription commerce business is taking the country by storm, and it's an incredibly exciting time to be able to jump in and play a direct role in it. Bakers Yum Box will plant its flag in the market with a combination of an amazing product that tastes unbelievable, supported by top-notch customer service that will keep people coming back for more. That, to me, would really be a taste of success."
Bakers Yum Box encourages those who would like to try their treats to visit the company's website at http://www.bakersyumbox.com/.
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Cynthia Dunbar, Founder
Bakers Yum Box
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