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By Marc Lutz
Wrangell Sentinel 

Sweet Tides reopening delayed while waiting for state permit

 

April 19, 2023

Marc Lutz/Wrangell Sentinel

Jordan and Shawna Buness take a break from working on the expansion of Sweet Tides Bakery. When the Front Street shop reopens, it will feature the baked goods it is known for, along with specialty coffees made using a new Simonelli espresso machine.

Like waiting for yeast to rise, customers of Sweet Tides Bakery will have to wait a little longer for the business to reopen.

The bakery had planned to open this Wednesday, however a permitting backlog at the state's food safety and sanitation office has delayed the reopening by a week or possibly more.

It's proving to be a blessing and a curse, said owner Shawna Buness. The delay has given Buness and her husband Jordan more time to finish the cabinetry and décor, but it's hard to run a business without customers.

Sweet Tides closed on March 9 to expand into the storefront at 310 Front St....



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