Friday, January 27, 2023

One Girl Desserts & Pastries Reopens For Business In York County

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YORK-Those who became accustomed to Najeonna Iman’s baked goods while she operated One Girl Desserts & Pastries for a little over a year and a half before it closed in August 2021 are in for a treat. The 25-year-old entrepreneur’s bakery is back in business and headquartered from a new storefront. One Girl Desserts & Pastries held a soft opening on Friday, January 13 at its new location next to Velocity Church within the Pilgrim Village Shopping Center in York County.

The bakery has resumed selling Iman’s homemade banana pudding, cakes, cookies, fruit and chocolate bars, cinnamon buns, and spice breads, as well as other fan favorites. Baked goods are currently available for pickup and delivery, and Iman has also started selling items through the shop’s ecommerce site. If all goes as planned, One Girl Desserts & Pastries intends to hold a grand opening in February and will open a small dining area for guests to enjoy treats onsite in addition to carry-out and pickup options.

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