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Fifty-year-old bakery could be leaving downtown Prince George

A long time Prince George bakery could be closing its oven doors for good this fall. Financial pressures have forced the owner of the Ritz Bakery to put his business up for sale. The bakery has been a fixture in downtown Prince George for over fifty years, famous for its cakes, breads, and hand-made doughnuts. Daybreak's Marissa Harvey spoke with the owner of Ritz Bakery, Anthony Cote, just as a fresh batch of bread was coming out of the oven.

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