This was my first order from your company that I had shipped to my mother's home for use in Florida so I wouldn't have to carry these supplies (for a special affair cake) in Florida.
The order was very promptly delivered, was correct, nice packaged; but most importantly the quality and taste of the ingredients ordered were phenomenal! Never mind your exceptional prices [the fondant I ordered cost me $8.95, compared to $14.95 in _________ (a local "crafts" store that carries a small selection of specialty confectioner's supplies at exorbitant prices ].
I have your website added to my favorites and will look to order from your company whenever I need specialty cake or any confectioner supplies.
I would also appreciate it if you would email me any coupons, newsletters or any other mailings you provide when available
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