CakeSafe provides life hacks for bakers

CAKE WALK: Juli Chapin, co-owner of CakeSafe, which produces a transportation system for safely moving cakes. Chapin is pictured on Torrey Road in South Kingstown, one of the town’s steepest hills, using a CakeSafe to keep a cake in check on the steep incline.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
CAKE WALK: Juli Chapin, co-owner of CakeSafe, which produces a transportation system for safely moving cakes. Chapin is pictured on Torrey Road in South Kingstown, one of the town’s steepest hills, using a CakeSafe to keep a cake in check on the steep incline.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
Innovative Companies | Food, Beverages & Agriculture The story of CakeSafe LLC starts nearly 30 years ago during a nail-biter of a car ride. Juli Chapin, a professional baker, asked her husband, Scott, to bring a wedding cake she had made to the East Greenwich Country Club. “It’s moving around in the back of the…

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