Food & Dining
Personalize Your Round And Rectangle Cake Boards With Your Logo And Border If you're looking for alternatives to traditional cake boards made of laminated cardboard, you've come to the right place! California-based company EME Enterprise Inc. offers their new products called Freshboards, a selection of cake boards made with high-density corrugated plastic. Available in various colors and sizes, the boards can be custom-printed to reflect your branding. The new products have given due consideration to all the possible requirements of the baking industry for cake boards. Freshboards feature FDA-approved plastic, so you can rest assured that you are using only materials that are in compliance with food safety standards. They are also 100% recyclable, so they can be processed the same way as milk jugs or bottles. Moreover, Freshboards are free of any odor or taste that can affect the flavors of the baked goods. They are also moisture-proof so they do not dry out the cakes, and grease-proof so you can undo your design mistakes by simply wiping them away. When they are refrigerated, their colors remain intact and they do not swell, so they are able to maintain their appearance throughout from production to delivery. Freshboards come in neutral colors like white and black, and striking ones like blue, green, purple, and pink to provide bakers like you with enough options to match your brand. For an even more personalized touch, you can also have your logo, marketing message, or signature border design printed on the boards. During holidays and special occasions, the company comes up with colors and patterns to suit the seasons. By default, however, the boards are available in 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, and 20 inch varieties for the round scalloped edge designs, and in 1/4, 1/2, and full sheet cuts for the rectangular options. EME Enterprise Inc. currently accepts orders through their website. From their headquarters in Hayward, they ship all their products via priority mail within three to five business days. Visit Freshboards.net to learn more.