Ker Cadélac

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Ker means «small vil­lage» in Bre­ton, while Cadélac is the name of a vil­lage in Côtes d’Ar­mor. This is where

the story of Ker Cadélac be­gan, when a pas­try cook

es­tab­lished his very own manufacturing fa­cil­ity. 45 years later, the brand mor­phed into a dy­namic com­pany with over 500 em­ploy­ees! Pound cakes,

Madeleines, Lava cakes and tra­di­tional Bre­ton Bis­cuits and

Cakes: Ker Cadélac of­fers sweet, unique-tast­ing treats cre­ated with an im­mense

re­spect for tra­di­tion.

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