A GLASGOW cafe that specialises in sugar-free cakes has opened a new shop due to a surge in demand for healthier sweets.

Poppy Murricane who owns Rawnchy on Maryhill Road has expanded with a new base in Dennistoun in the city’s East End.

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The business was launched in 2016 and Poppy is now supplying her raw, vegan cakes to 25 outlets across Scotland including Martha’s and Urban West and Piece in Glasgow.

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All her cakes are free from gluten, dairy and refined sugar.

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Cake lovers are spoiled for choice with flavours including Passionfruit & Coconut, Lemon & White Chocolate, Matcha Mint Choc and Lavender & White Chocolate as well as a healthier 'Bounty' cake.

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Poppy said: “I am keeping the Maryhill shop and expanding it into a slightly larger cafe and then moving the main bulk of the ‘kitchen’ to Dennistoun which is where I will make all my wholesale cakes for the next six months.

“Then I will slowly start making Dennistoun into a cafe like I did with the Maryhill shop.”

www.rawnchy.co.uk