If you’re one of the many, many folks in town who can’t get enough of Bleu Moon Bakery (BMB) and Shayanne Nelson’s gorgeous vegan pastries, now you can. Bleu Moon Bakery officially joins Joe Maxx Company on Monday, Jan. 21 and the popular coffee spot (500 E. Windmill Ln., 10455 Spencer St.). BMB’s new headquarters is the Joe Maxx E. Windmill location.
To celebrate, both locations are offering 1/2 off drinks when you order food on Monday, Jan. 21.
“This is such a huge step for Bleu Moon Bakery and I’m so excited to be sharing it with such an awesome partner company,” says Nelson.
The new line-up of vegan eats at Joe Maxx locations includes fajita pockets, BMB Pop Tarts, savory and sweet scones, turnovers, twists, cinnamon rolls, cupcakes, muffins and even BMB’s signature salted chocolate chip cookies … plus there’s more to come in the future, according to Nelson.
Starting Monday, BMB also is launching their wholesale bakery and in February will be taking on wholesale accounts for businesses interested in carrying the desserts, as well as cake orders. You can still catch BMB at Market in the Alley once a month, held across the street from Fergusons Downtown, as well as more shops coming soon.
Joe Maxx Coffee Company first gained recognition in the vegan community when they brought on Rishi Stocks, who created a vegan menu and led the vegan program at the coffee shop. Stocks is parting ways in the coming weeks to make way for a new career.
Diana Edelman is the founder of Vegans, Baby. She previously lived and worked in Thailand where she spent years working for an elephant sanctuary. She is a public speaker, journalist and entrepreneur.