The Scone Shop’s frozen, ready-to-bake scones are gaining more Southern exposure and can now be found in the freezer section at eight new locations in the Southeast including Atlanta, Ga., Wilmington, N.C., Charleston, S.C. and Hilton Head, S.C.
The Scone Shop’s Cinnamon Chip, Cranberry Orange, Chocolate Cinnachip and Spinach Feta flavors are available at Whole Foods Market in Wilmington (3804 Oleander Drive) and at the following Whole Foods Market locations in Atlanta: Merchant's Walk (1311 Johnson Ferry Road, NE, Marietta); Sandy Springs (5930 Roswell Road); Buckhead (77 West Paces Ferry Road NW); Johns Creek (5945 State Bridge Road, Duluth); and Ponce de Leon (650 Ponce de Leon Avenue). These four flavors are also now available at Cahill’s Market & Chicken Kitchen (1055 May River Road) in Bluffton, S.C. In addition, Whole Foods Market Charleston (923 Houston Northcutt Blvd.) will carry The Scone Shop’s Cinnamon Chip, Cranberry Orange, Spinach Feta scones.
“We are so excited about our new distribution deal that is making this expansion throughout the Southeast possible,” said Fielding Williams, owner of The Scone Shop. “We are grateful for our long-time partnership with Whole Foods Market and for the amazing support of these seven locations for helping us increase our footprint and welcoming us into the Atlanta area, Wilmington and Charleston. And we are thrilled to have Cahill’s Market now among our family of retail partners.”
All of The Scone Shop’s scones are handmade frozen, ready-to-bake scone dough using original recipes with simple ingredients such as rolled oats, flour, eggs, milk and butter. Each sweet flavored package makes eight medium-sized scones while the savory flavor makes 12 smaller scones, which can be baked one at a time or the whole batch at once. Scone flavors include: Cinnamon Chip, Cranberry Orange, Butterscotch Chocolate Chip, Chocolate Cinnachip, Spinach Feta and Bacon Cheddar. Its scones are available at retail locations in the freezer section spanning Charlotte, Cary, Durham, Greensboro, Raleigh, Wilmington, and Winston-Salem, N.C.; Columbia, Charleston and Hilton Head, S.C.; and the Atlanta region.