702 Small Business Awards

Ekasi Cakes Couture caters for people with chronic illnesses such as diabetes

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702 Small Business Awards with Sage One nominee,Ekasi Cakes Couture, consults with health care professionals to ensure that they cater for special needs such as low fat/diary, gluten free and diabetic friendly cakes.

They provide a full range of freshly prepared cakes and pastry products and deliver to their customers.

According to the owner, Linda Phalatse, their products are for everyone, from the low-middle income to higher-income communities, corporate and tourists.

They specialise in cakes and pastries for all occasions, including weddings, birthdays, anniversaries and corporate. Their motto revolves around “local is lekker’ type of style.

For me and my family, beyond sugar there is something else that people can go for.

Linda Phalatse, Ekasi Cakes Couture owner

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