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  • On-demand desserts hit the Middle East
  • On-demand desserts hit the Middle East
    Sugarmoo (2015) ©
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On-demand desserts hit the Middle East

Tastes are becoming more experimental in the Middle East, as gourmet desserts with a playful twist are fuelling an appetite for upmarket indulgence. With the launch of the UAE’s first online bakery, Sugarmoo, local Emirati are enjoying their favourite desserts delivered on-demand.

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