The New York bakery Junior’s has been selling enormous cheesecakes to customers since 1950, but 2022 has probably been the toughest year for the company since its founding. Along with examining how a cream cheese shortage and skyrocketing ingredient prices have threatened Junior’s bottom line, this video also examines the company’s history and the intricate production processes for its many baked goods.
- How have rising ingredient costs affected Junior’s business?
- What role does automation play at Junior’s New Jersey factory? Do you think adding more robots to the assembly line could lower costs for the company?