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Windward Public Relations Barbara Outten, owner of Bake Bahamas, always knew that her recipe for success would involve the baked goods she sold on holidays while working as a banker in Grand Bahama. Her daughter, Tanya, remembers spending college breaks helping her mother in the kitchen fill hundreds of fruit cake orders. In October 2002, Barbs Bakery opened and expanded product offerings to include elaborate wedding cakes, specialty birthday cakes, cookies and other baked treats. Barbara and Tanya ran the business for several years until the economic downturn hit Freeport. The two decided to close the storefront and return to a home-based business model. This year, the mother-daughter duo relaunched the company under a new name and new branding. The name, Bake Bahamas, is indicative of where the little bakery that could is headed—beyond the boundaries of Grand Bahama and extending to the entire Bahamas and the world. “We wanted to expand outside of our existing market in Grand Bahama. Now, we are able to ship throughout the country and are specifically looking at growing our market share here in Nassau,” said Tanya Outten, Creative Director at Bake Bahamas. “I manage the Nassau operations and we’re utilizing tools like Facebook and a new website to connect with customers throughout the country and the world.” The team will begin selling wholesale items to major local retailers. They also worked with a lab in South Florida to determine specific food label content for export items. Next year, Bake Bahamas will export Bahamian goods like rum cakes and fruitcakes around the world. “It’s amazing to see how the business has evolved throughout the years from something that I started as an outlet and as a way to support my family to what we have here today,” said Barbara Outten at a recent relaunch party held in Grand Bahama. The mother of two (Tanya and Troy) and wife of Wilbur Outten, Senior Pastor at Freeport Bible Church, is looking forward to the new direction her company is taking. “We’ve received great reviews at recent events in Nassau and people are now associating the new name with the great tastes we built the business on.” Bake Bahamas will be showcased at the upcoming The Little Pink Party on December 7. For more information on Bake Bahamas like their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/pages/BakeBahamas/434652746598058, call 225-3373 or email bakebahamas@gmail.com!bf

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NASSAU, Bahamas -- Barbara Outten, owner of Bake Bahamas, always knew that her recipe for success would involve the baked goods she sold on holidays while working as a banker in Grand Bahama. Her daughter, Tanya, remembers spending college breaks helping her mother in the kitchen fill hundreds of fruit cake orders. In October 2002, Barbs Bakery opened and expanded product offerings to include elaborate wedding cakes, specialty birthday cakes, cookies and other baked treats. Barbara and Tanya ran the business for several years until the economic downturn hit Freeport. The two decided to close the storefront and return to a home-based business model. This year, the mother-daughter duo relaunched the company under a new name and new branding. The name, Bake Bahamas, is indicative of where the little bakery that could is headed—beyond the boundaries of Grand Bahama and extending to the entire Bahamas and the world. “We wanted to expand outside of our existing market in Grand Bahama. Now, we are able to ship throughout the country and are specifically looking at growing our market share here in Nassau,” said Tanya Outten, Creative Director at Bake Bahamas. “I manage the Nassau operations and we’re utilising tools like Facebook and a new website to connect with customers throughout the country and the world.” The team will begin selling wholesale items to major local retailers. They also worked with a lab in South Florida to determine specific food label content for export items. Next year, Bake Bahamas will export Bahamian goods like rum cakes and fruitcakes around the world.

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that I started as an outlet and as a way to support my family to what we have here today,” said Barbara Outten at a recent relaunch party held in Grand Bahama. The mother of two (Tanya and Troy) and wife of Wilbur Outten, Senior Pastor at Freeport Bible Church, is looking forward to the new direction her company is taking. “We’ve received great reviews at recent events in Nassau and people are now associating the new name with the great tastes we built the business on.” Photo 1: Mother-Daughter Duo Tanya (left) and Barbara Outten launch full service bakery Bake Bahamas. (Photo credit: Lyndah Wells Photography) Photo 2: Bake Bahamas tempts guests at relaunch with the signature Fruit Cake that made the company a household name in Grand Bahama. (Photo credit: Lyndah Wells Photography) Photo 3: Commemorative tins with new Bake Bahamas branding. (Photo credit: Lyndah Wells Photography) Photo 4: Shortbread cookie display at Bake Bahamas launch party. (Photo credit: Lyndah Wells Photography) Bake Bahamas will be showcased at the upcoming The Little Pink Party on December 7. For more information on Bake Bahamas their Facebook page, call 225-3373 or email bakebahamas@gmail.com

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Shortbread cookie display at Bake Bahamas launch party.

“We wanted to expand outside of our existing market in Grand Bahama. Now, we are able to ship throughout the country and are specifically looking at growing our market share here in Nassau,” said Tanya Outten, Creative Director at Bake Bahamas. “I manage the Nassau operations and we’re utilizing tools like Facebook and a new website to connect with customers throughout the country and the world.”

Commemorative tins with new Bake Bahamas branding.

The team will begin selling wholesale items to major local retailers. They also worked with a lab in South Florida to determine specific food label content for export items. Next year, Bake Bahamas will export Bahamian goods like rum cakes and fruitcakes around the world. “It’s amazing to see how the business has evolved throughout the years from something that I started as an outlet and as a way to support my family to what we have here today,” said Barbara Outten at a recent relaunch party held in Grand Bahama. The mother of two (Tanya and Troy) and wife of Wilbur Outten, Senior Pastor at Freeport Bible Church, is looking forward to the new direction her company is taking. “We’ve received great reviews at recent events in Nassau and people are now associating the new name with the great tastes we built the business on.”

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Barbara Outten, left, and her daughter Tanya are working together in Nassau and Grand Bahama since relaunching their business. Barbara said some of her clients stretch back 40 years. File photo Scieska Adderley Guardian Business Reporter scieska@nasguard.com Published: Dec 07, 2012

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Rate this article: Despite its success over the years, Barbara Outten, owner of the specialty bakery, revealed in this week’s Add To Favourite edition of ‘Da Plunge’ that her business continues to evolve. Outten opened Barb’s Bakery in Grand Bahama in October 2002. It was relaunched as Bake Bahamas last month with two locations, in Grand Bahama and Nassau. She has been baking since the age of 13 and has loyal customers stretching back almost 40 years. While employed as a banker in Grand Bahama, Outten was known for making and selling baked goods over the holidays, so it came as no surprise when she decided to get into the baking business full time. She said the reason for the name change is indicative of where Bake Bahamas is going as a business, because there are plans to export some of the signature baked goods like fruit cakes and coffee rum cakes in 2013.

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“ I see Bake Bahamas on the international market having our products not only available on the website but hopefully in one of the major stores in the United States. Since reopening last month, we have already expanded. My daughter takes care of the Nassau operation, while I, along with another employee, operate out of Grand Bahama. I do most of the baking.” Outten’s daughter, Tanya, the company’s creative director, outlined their plans to move outside of Grand Bahama. “Now, we are able to ship throughout the country and are specifically looking at growing our market share here in Nassau. I manage the Nassau operations and we’re utilizing tools like Facebook and a new website to connect with customers throughout the country and the world,” according to Tanya. Barbara Outten believes factors such as product quality and presentation are what sets Bake Bahamas apart from the competition. Bake Bahamas offers a wide variety of cakes including rum cakes, fruit cakes, wedding cakes and an assortment of cupcakes. “Our top three selling items are the fruit cakes, rum cakes and red velvet cakes,” Outten added. She estimates more than $20,000 has been pumped into the business since it relaunched. Bake Bahamas is already receiving quite a buzz. In fact, Outten was busily shoving some treats into the oven during the interview, as she prepares to display her mouth-watering goodies at tonight’s Little Pink Party, being held at the Wyndham Nassau Resort at 5 p.m.

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Barbara Outten, owner of Bake Bahamas, always knew that her recipe for success would involve the baked goods she sold on holidays while working as a banker in Grand Bahama. Her daughter, Tanya Outten, remembers spending college breaks helping her mother in the kitchen fill hundreds of fruit cake orders.

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throughout the country and are specifically looking at growing our market share here in Nassau,” said Tanya, creative director at Bake Bahamas. “I manage the Nassau operations and we’re utilizing tools like Facebook and a new website to connect with customers throughout the country and the world.” The team will begin selling wholesale items to major local retailers. They also worked with a lab in South Florida to determine specific food label content for export items. Next year, Bake Bahamas will export Bahamian goods like rum cakes and fruitcakes around the world. “It’s amazing to see how the business has evolved throughout the years from something that I started as an outlet and as a way to support my family to what we have here today,” said Barbara at a recent relaunch party held in Grand Bahama. She said she is looking forward to the new direction her company is taking. “We’ve received great reviews at recent events in Nassau and people are now associating the new name with the great tastes we built the business on,”!she said. Bake Bahamas will be showcased at the upcoming Jolly Fair at the New Providence Community Center on Sunday, December 16. For more information on Bake Bahamas, vist their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bake-Bahamas/434652746598058, call 225-3373 or email bakebahamas@gmail.com.

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Bake Bahamas moving beyond the boundaries of Grand Bahama to the world Barbara Outten, owner of Bake Bahamas, always knew that her recipe for success would involve the baked goods she sold on holidays while working as a banker in Grand Bahama. Her daughter, Tanya Outten, remembers spending college breaks helping her mother in the kitchen fill hundreds of fruit cake orders. In October 2002, Barbs Bakery opened and expanded product offerings to include elaborate wedding cakes, specialty birthday cakes, cookies and other baked treats. Barbara and Tanya ran the business for several years until the economic downturn hit Freeport. The two decided to close the storefront and return to a home-based business model. This year, the mother-daughter duo relaunched the company under a new name and new branding. The name, Bake Bahamas, is indicative of where the little bakery that could is headed — beyond the boundaries of Grand Bahama and extending to the entire Bahamas and the world. "We wanted to expand outside of our existing market in Grand Bahama. Now, we are able to ship throughout the country and are specifically looking at growing our market share here in Nassau," said Tanya, creative director at Bake Bahamas. "I manage the Nassau operations and we're utilizing tools like Facebook and a new website to connect with customers throughout the country and the world." The team will begin selling wholesale items to major local retailers. They also worked with a lab in South Florida to determine specific food label content for export items. Next year, Bake Bahamas will export Bahamian goods like rum cakes and fruitcakes around the world. "It's amazing to see how the business has evolved throughout the years from something that I started as an outlet and as a way to support my family to what we have here today," said Barbara at a recent relaunch party held in Grand Bahama. She said she is looking forward to the new direction her company is taking. "We've received great reviews at recent events in Nassau and people are now associating the new name with the great tastes we built the business on,"?she said.

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Bake Bahamas Media Clippings November 2012-January 2013