Robin Hood celebrates 100 years
By Food in Canada staffFood In Canada baking flour
Canadian company Robin Hood is celebrating 100 years. To mark a century of Canadian baking traditions, the company says it’s launching free Bake, Batter and Roll hands-on, pop-up bakeshops in select cities across the country.
According to a release, the Robin Hood innovative Bake, Batter and Roll bakeshops are fun-filled and interactive, allowing kids, parents and grandparents to make wildly imaginative baked goods such as Baby Bird Cupcakes, Bug Collection Cookies, and Caterpillar Cupcakes.
In addition to a month-long location in Toronto, mobile Bake, Batter and Roll stations will be visiting shopping centres in western Canada this month, while an online version will allow families to take part in the festivities from their own kitchens.
Easily recognized by its iconic emblem, and well-known for its quality and consistent results, Robin Hood has been a part of Canadian heritage and baking traditions since opening its doors in Moose Jaw, Sask. in 1909.
Print this page