SAB Fruit Cakes are built on rich family history with a modern twist. With specially selected fruits and the infusion of authentic Jamaican rum and wine, our recipe gives fruit cake lovers a new experience to enjoy their favorite dessert. We make and sell at 171 Superior Blvd, Unit 7 - 9, Mississauga, ON, L5T 2L6.

For lovers of cake that are wary of traditional fruit cakes, we offer an opportunity to enjoy a Fruit Cake with a modern twist - a rich, smooth, and flavorful Fruit Cake without the mouth feel of whole fruits.

If you like snack sizes, indulge in SAB Fruit Cake Cupcakes,  or SAB Fruit Cake Miniminies, for a bite-sized portion of delicious Jamaican cake.

SAB Fruit Cake is a delectable dessert and an essential component of celebrating. All of our fruit cake is packaged with a personal touch and makes an excellent gift, we offer corporate gifting and offer wholesale pricing.

 

Meet Sharon Bailey the Owner and Baker of SAB Fruit Cakes, Cupcakes and Miniminies.

 

"I have been making Jamaican style fruit cake with my mother since age 7, my mother taught me all she knew about making fruit cake. From her secret ingredients, formulation and her signature texture and flavor, along with her creativity and passion for making the best fruit cake."

"There was always something that prevented me from totally enjoying my mother’s fruit cake, and I figured out it was the whole pieces of fruit in the cake. I continued baking fruit cake with my mother, while tweaking my mother’s recipe along the way.  On the passing of my mother and destined to become an entrepreneur I turned to the product and occupation I knew best."

With knowledge gain from working in the Food Manufacturing for many years, I started the process of developing my own style. Our cakes give fruit cake lovers a new way to enjoy their Favorite dessert, while giving prospective customers the opportunity to experience a rich mellow tasting dessert.

Experience SAB Fruit Cake

When trying SAB Fruit Cake for the first time, we suggest you simply enjoy the cake on its own. This way you can really taste and appreciate the rich and deep flavor of all the locally sourced Caribbean ingredients.  SAB Fruit Cake goes well with Wine, Liqueur, Ice Cream and other beverages.  The taste and texture form a strong bond between emotions and memories.

The Fruit Cake Story
This decadent cake is a popular dessert, also known as Fruit Cake, Black Cake, Rum Cake draws inspiration from around the world, it is said that the likely inspiration includes the infusion of the Rum and Wine in the blended fruit. The cake has a connection to the British Plum Pudding, based on the history of Britain in the Caribbean. The holiday season is featuring season for Fruit Cake, Black Cake, and Rum Cake; however, it is available all year round, for birthdays, weddings, and special occasions or just to enjoy a perfect dessert at any time. The recipes of the cake are usually passed down from generation to generation which adds a great story as to the timeline of the Cake.

Order your SAB Fruit Cake now at 647 993 7637, or at click here to check out our online store. Visit us in person at our Mississauga location
 
Charity - In Support Of: St. Hilary Church Food Cupboard
Indigenous Land Acknowledgment
We acknowledge that the land on which we work and operate is part of the Treaty Lands and Territory of the Mississauga of the Credit. We acknowledge the territory of the Anishinabek, Huron-Wendat, Haudenosaunee and Ojibway/Chippewa peoples; the land that is home to the Metis; and most recently, the territory of the Mississauga's of the Credit First Nation who are direct descendants of the Mississauga's of the Credit. As settlers on this land, it is our privilege and responsibility to pay respect and to recognize our colonial histories and present-day implications. We are grateful to have the opportunity to work on this land, and by doing so, give our respect to its first inhabitants. We acknowledge that we are responsible for the environmental impact we make and to take responsibility for our duty to protect and sustain this land.