A couple unites passions and bets on a cake foodbike in the countryside JV |  Sao Jose do Rio Preto and Aracatuba

A couple unites passions and bets on a cake foodbike in the countryside JV | Sao Jose do Rio Preto and Aracatuba

The passion union of the couple from Katanduwa (JV) has become a business and an income. With a gift for making cakes and enjoying cycling, Laelia Medeiros and Thiago Pereira have created a “eating bike”.

Equipped with an umbrella, a flower basket, a greenhouse and even a closet, the bike combines attractiveness and functionality to grab the attention of shoppers and ensure cake sales.

Cakes on sale at a foodbike in Katanduwa (SP) — Photo: Reproduction/TV TEM

In the morning, the couple sorts the delicacies prepared overnight and takes them to the point of sale on Avenida Julio Cesar Marino in Jardim Soto.

“We also take cheese bread, ready-made coffee. He arrives on time and we can make a cappuccino, drip. In addition to the cake, we bring water, so we have a variety of products,” says Thiago.

Cakes on sale at a foodbike in Katanduwa (SP) — Photo: Reproduction/TV TEM

Laelia and Thiago are teachers, but three years ago they put on a sale of cakes. However, the bike was only purchased during the pandemic to deliver groceries.

“One day we stopped, started talking and thought about additional research. We found that it was possible to innovate in the city, in the neighborhood, and start our story with a foodbike,” says Thiago.

The new business was opened only thanks to the gift of Lelia, who began to try cooking as a child. In total, there are 14 types of cake that she learned to make herself.

“I started as a child, adolescence, making birthday cakes, simple cakes. Over time, I improved by studying the recipes, changing some things, and it worked,” explains Laelia.

Cakes on sale at a foodbike in Katanduwa (SP) — Photo: Reproduction/TV TEM

The rate of the pair has been so positive that the investment of 10 thousand reais will soon be returned with a forecast of 3 to 6 months.

“I think it’s super practical, beautiful, attention grabbing, I love the freedom to speak without the formalities. It’s very tasty,” says Aline Garcia, foodbike customer.

Cakes on sale at a foodbike in Katanduwa (SP) — Photo: Reproduction/TV TEM

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