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Shared: New owners of Midland’s historic downtown bakery will keep name and recipes the same

Shared: New owners of Midland’s historic downtown bakery will keep name and recipes the same

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“We bought a bakery so we could keep up with our orders,” White said.

Aikens added that she will introduce new items gradually.

The 253 King St. shop has been a fixture in downtown Midland for approximately 70 years.

“We don’t know how long,” said Willemien, who purchased the bakery from the Kramer family, who weren’t the first operators. White, too, said he’s been trying to discover when the bakery first opened but doesn’t yet have an answer.

However, he is looking forward to running the historic business.

“I like being downtown Midland and becoming part of a vibrant community of merchants.”

Willemien and Edwin are both 59 and are ready to do something other than work.

“There’s lots of things to do,…

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