With the spread of the coronavirus, countries worldwide are advising citizens and putting restrictions on movements in order to contain the virus.
With so many people worldwide faced with quarantine, lockdown, and social distancing and isolation, this Californian bakery decided to do something motivating for its community.
The bakery makes beautiful cakes and now they’re even more beautiful- they have beautiful encouraging messages for those in quarantine.
These messages written on the cakes are a way to encourage people to stay inside and follow the guidelines of health departments important for containing the virus.
San Francisco Bakery Motivates People to Stay Inside during the Coronavirus
The bakery Butter& located in California is delivering cakes with self-care messages such as ‘Don’t touch your face’, ‘Wash your hands’ or ‘Pretend you’re an introvert’.
Numerous businesses are being closed down because of the virus, but some business owners are finding creative ways to keep their businesses going in these uncertain times.
Butter& create delicious smaller-size cakes that are great for 1 to 2 people who’re together in isolation.
The bakery is currently only delivering in the area of San Francisco.
These sweet treats will now remind the people who order cakes about the pivotal health precautions we should all take, regardless of our age.
We Need Each Other in These Times of Fear
The bakery wrote on their official Instagram that in times of fear and social isolation, it’s the human connection, love, and comfort food that will help us get through it.
The bakery encourages everyone who wants to support small local business to purchase a cake and deliver some love into the world with this quarantine cake.
The bakery also wrote that the cakes are great for sending them to each other, for example, to our friends or families who we’re social distancing with for their birthday or other celebration or whenever you want to send them some love.
By doing this and ordering from this bakery, you will be lifting someone’s spirits and helping small businesses keep up in these difficult times.