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What Makes a Good Bakery? You can scan around and immediately find dozens of bakeries out there. But as always, they’re not all created equal. Of course, not all of them are good bakeries. But what are the things anyway that qualify them to be “good?” There are many things that make a bakery worth a coming back to, not just their health their health department score, although that is important too. Next time you visit a bakery to get some goodies, be observant with your surroundings. This is the least you can do to know just how good the place is, and if you indeed would like to go back.
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First off, from the time you enter a bakery, take a look at its display case. It must be full. Otherwise, that could mean that the bakery didn’t make enough for its customers, or had excessive food waste which they had to throw out. Neither applies to a good bakery.
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Besides being full, the case should also have a mix of different items. Whether it’s a bakery that only bakes cupcakes, or it’s a big one that sells all sorts of goodies, they should have variety for customers to choose from. Not everyone is strictly chocolate or strictly vanilla. Even if that’s their specialty, you would still want to have other choices as a customer. Another thing is goodies should come with correct labeling. Not everybody can distinguish between items. A bakery should have a special decorative label that differentiates a chocolate espresso muffin from a chocolate candy muffin. Additionally, except when the place is not specialty for gluten-free products, these items should be appropriately labeled. Of course, cleanliness will always count as among the most essential signs of a good bakery. When you enter the place, you shouldn’t find any food lying around, things that should be in the refrigerator but are left exposed in room temperature, staff who are not wearing gloves or hairnets, and messy tables. Whether or not these are true for a certain bakery will surely affect its ratings with the health department. If you inquire about their products, they should also be clear and polite in answering. Who wants a bakery that’s not familiar with its own products? If that seems to be an issue, there are only two possibilities. First, they don’t bother about details, which is not good when you’re baking, and second, they don’t even make their own goodies. If you’re new in the neighborhood, you can always search online for nearby bakeries worth checking out. If you’ve made any few friends, they should be able to help. Best thing is that you can find reviews online as well, but only for bigger bakeries. Smaller ones usually depend on word-of-mouth.