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From the beginning, Sweet Crimes has been more than a bakery. It has been an expression of culinary artistry; a sweet kickoff point for community building in our home city of Washington, DC; and a way for our customers to show some love to themselves or those around them by embracing life’s sweeter side.   We love what we do, even when it involves washing carrot cake batter out of industrial-sized mixing bowls in the wee hours of the morning (well, mostly). So, in honor of Valentine’s day, we are excited to announce two partnerships that will give us new ways to spread our Sweet Crimes love.   First, closer to home, we are excited to announce our partnership with Chocolibrium,...

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  Hi Sweet Crime lovers! It has been a hot second, but we’ve been super busy behind the scenes and have a lot of exciting news to share with you! We’re growing as a business, thanks to all of your love and support. We wanted to keep you updated on all of the big changes you’ve helped make happen. For starters, our founder, head baker, creative force of nature, and fearless leader Keri Lijinski is now working for Sweet Crimes full time! Keri is so excited to be able to spend more time making the edible art she is passionate about. Running a small business is not for the faint of heart, but since our earliest days, Keri has been...

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A Reflection

As we’re now a few weeks into our shiny new year, we wanted to take a moment to pause and reflect on the ways in which 2017 was a year of immense change for us. Sweet Crimes has grown exponentially. At the start of 2017, our products were available to purchase in farmers markets and one brick and mortar retailer (shoutout to Glen’s Garden Market for being our first). As of this post, we’re now available in Glen’s Garden Market, Uncommon Grounds, Union Kitchen Grocery, Killer ESP, The Haymaker Bar, Soapstone Market, Songbyrd Music House, Commonwealth Joe Coffee Roasters, The Java Shack and farmer’s markets all over the city! We found countless new ways to spread Sweet Crimes edible art...

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