Vegan bakery chain Cinnaholic planning to open in Chesterfield

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Cinnaholic is a chain of vegan bakeries that serve cinnamon rolls and other sweets. (Courtesy Cinnaholic)

A California-born bakery is rolling into town.

Cinnaholic, which serves vegan cinnamon rolls, brownies, cookies and other sweets, is planning to open at Winterfield Crossing in Chesterfield County. It will be the franchised chain’s first location in the Richmond region.

The bakery is preparing to open at 14225 Winterview Parkway, according to building permits filed with the county. It’s a 1,000-square-foot space next to Apricot Lane Boutique.

It’s unclear when the new location will open. The company didn’t respond to an email seeking comment. The location is listed as “coming soon” on the Cinnaholic website.

The company’s baked goods are vegan, and menu items feature beet-derived baking sugars and gelatin-free marshmallows, per the company website. Some locations offer gluten-free products.

The company says the average estimated buildout for a franchise is between about $242,000 and $505,000, which includes the franchise fee of $40,000.

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Vegan bakery chain Cinnaholic is planning to open a location next to Apricot Lane at the Winterfield Crossing development in Chesterfield. (Jack Jacobs photo)

The first Cinnaholic opened in Berkeley, California, in 2010 and the chain, currently based in Atlanta, now has a multi-state presence. The concept’s founders appeared on business-pitch television show “Shark Tank” in 2014.

While the upcoming Chesterfield location appears to be Cinnaholic’s first local outpost, the company already has a presence in Virginia. Cinnaholic has locations in Virginia Beach and Northern Virginia.

Other tenants at the Aldi-anchored Winterfield Crossing include coworking concept Gather, Triple Crossing Brewing, Four Seasons restaurant and Qdoba.

Cinnaholic eyes Chesterfield just as The Great Greek Mediterranean Grill, another new-to-market franchised chain, has planted its flag near the intersection of Huguenot and Robious roads.

cinnaholic bakery 1

Cinnaholic is a chain of vegan bakeries that serve cinnamon rolls and other sweets. (Courtesy Cinnaholic)

A California-born bakery is rolling into town.

Cinnaholic, which serves vegan cinnamon rolls, brownies, cookies and other sweets, is planning to open at Winterfield Crossing in Chesterfield County. It will be the franchised chain’s first location in the Richmond region.

The bakery is preparing to open at 14225 Winterview Parkway, according to building permits filed with the county. It’s a 1,000-square-foot space next to Apricot Lane Boutique.

It’s unclear when the new location will open. The company didn’t respond to an email seeking comment. The location is listed as “coming soon” on the Cinnaholic website.

The company’s baked goods are vegan, and menu items feature beet-derived baking sugars and gelatin-free marshmallows, per the company website. Some locations offer gluten-free products.

The company says the average estimated buildout for a franchise is between about $242,000 and $505,000, which includes the franchise fee of $40,000.

cinnaholic winterfield crossing 1 scaled

Vegan bakery chain Cinnaholic is planning to open a location next to Apricot Lane at the Winterfield Crossing development in Chesterfield. (Jack Jacobs photo)

The first Cinnaholic opened in Berkeley, California, in 2010 and the chain, currently based in Atlanta, now has a multi-state presence. The concept’s founders appeared on business-pitch television show “Shark Tank” in 2014.

While the upcoming Chesterfield location appears to be Cinnaholic’s first local outpost, the company already has a presence in Virginia. Cinnaholic has locations in Virginia Beach and Northern Virginia.

Other tenants at the Aldi-anchored Winterfield Crossing include coworking concept Gather, Triple Crossing Brewing, Four Seasons restaurant and Qdoba.

Cinnaholic eyes Chesterfield just as The Great Greek Mediterranean Grill, another new-to-market franchised chain, has planted its flag near the intersection of Huguenot and Robious roads.

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George MacGuffin
George MacGuffin
1 month ago

Vegan beet sugars? Sugar is sugar. The diabeetuss don’t care.

Chelsea Kerwath
Chelsea Kerwath
1 month ago

Totally agree, but they never claimed to be sugar free, just plant-based. For many, going vegan is an ethical choice, not a health based one. Plenty of vegans regularly enjoy junk food and sugary snacks– and even the health food vegans occasionally want to indulge, just like everyone else. Nothing wrong with that! 🙂

Blake Grimes
Blake Grimes
25 days ago

Beet sugar has no bone char which is made from animals. Conventional cane sugar is processed with bone char but there is no difference in taste.