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Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Mission Minis Reopens Tomorrow ― with a Catch

Posted By on Tue, Jan 26, 2010 at 1:56 PM

click to enlarge Cupcake production has moved to La Cocina.
  • Cupcake production has moved to La Cocina.
Yesterday, we reported that teensy cupcake company Mission Minis had been forced to suspend operations last week by order of the Health Department, pending final sign-off on a handful of permits. Word today is that Mission Minis' retail store at 3168 22nd St. (at Capp) will reopen at 11 a.m. tomorrow. The only hitch? No baking at the 22nd Street kitchen until installation of a custom-made hood still being fabricated. But a Mission Minis source told us the company's been baking at La Cocina since the shutdown, and will continue to do so till its own kitchen is production-ready. Deliveries to wholesale customers (Whole Foods, Philz, and Ritual, among others) haven't been affected by the city snafu. The Fire Marshall inspected this afternoon, and Health Department officials were said to be expediting the remaining inspections. Meanwhile, the fate of the company's North Beach kiosk is still up in the air.

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