The brand was born in 1989 with the opening of a retail shop on First Street in Harare which was supplied by a bakery called Andrew Foods. Baker’s Inn started producing its own bread using rotary ovens in 1991 at Chitungwiza Town Centre.
In 1993 the bakery relocated to Kelvin Corner in Graniteside and production was increased from 5 000 loaves to 18 000 loaves per day. Another bakery was commissioned in Bulawayo in 1994 and it upgraded to a plant bakery in 1996.
In 1995, a mechanised plant bakery was commissioned at 38 Simon Mazorodze Road, Harare followed by an additional 2 plants at 86 Lytton Road, Harare. At the beginning of 2010, the company embarked on the installation of state of the art bakery plants in both Harare and Bulawayo, taking installed capacity to over 550 000 loaves per day.
Baker's Inn in the Community
Baker's Inn is devoted to making a positive impact in the communities in which it operates by supporting the needs of the society both now and in the future.
Families represent a distinct market segment that drives the growth of our business. Our thrust is to create sustainable opportunities to enable the future success of this critical segment.
In the last financial year, Baker's Inn worked with 316 organisations and supported 15484 people through bread and financial donations. Further to that, Baker's Inn donated 2 fire engines to the Victoria Falls Municipality and the Chipinge Town Council.
Environment & Accreditations
Winner: FMCG Bakery & Confectionery Sector 2017
Winner: Best Business to Consumer Brand of the Year 2017