How Junior’s bakes 5 million cheesecakes during a cream cheese shortage

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  • New York cheesecake institution Junior’s has been slinging out towering slices since 1950.
  • But recently, the company has faced skyrocketing ingredient prices and a cream cheese shortage.
  • We visit the Junior’s factory to see how its third generation is diversifying to stay afloat amid shrinking margins.

New York cheesecake institution Junior’s has been slinging out towering slices since 1950. But in recent years, the company has faced pandemic closures of its restaurants, skyrocketing ingredient prices, and a cream cheese shortage. We visited Junior’s factory to see how its third generation is diversifying to stay afloat amid shrinking margins.

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