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Lamingtons in lunch boxes, hot cross buns at Easter and pudding on Christmas day… Kytons is there for all of our best moments.

The Kytons Bakery Australia story is a tale as old as time. This South Australian, family-owned business based in Edwardstown has been providing us with sweet treats and baked goods for over 80 years, which explains how they’ve gotten so damn good at it!

Picture :: Naomi Giatas

After switching hands a couple of times between close family and friends, Kytons is now owned by husband and wife Darren and Sharon Sutton, and they’re bringing goodies that taste homemade to families who don’t have time for baking. “We always select premium ingredients and source from Australia as much as possible, knowing that you’d do the same if you were baking at home,” says Darren.

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Fluffy traditional, raspberry or coffee cakes wrapped in chocolate and coconut — Kytons lamingtons are truly something special and they’re stocked year-round in your local Kytons stockist’s fridge section. Tantalise your tastebuds with their brand new Native Lamingtons — a collaboration between Kytons and Edible Reconciliation, including flavours like Wattleseed & Chocolate and Lemon Myrtle & Coconut.

And, of course, as we draw closer to the most magical time of the year, keep your eyes peeled for their traditional Christmas puddings and mince pies. “Kytons takes great care to bake products that delight and celebrate the special moments in life!” smiles Sharon.

We sense a Kytons feast on the horizon!

Straight from the heart

It’s not just their products that give us the warm fuzzies but Kytons’ massive community involvement as well. You’ll often see their products at the heart of a fundraising drive raising money for causes that South Aussies really care about.

Good enough to eat

Say goodbye to gingerbread houses — there’s a new and improved kid on the block. Santa’s Chocolate Chip House Kits are a delicious way for the whole fam to get into the festive spirit. Build your house from the ground up with chocolate chip cookie walls and glue it all together with icing. The cherry on the top isn’t a cherry at all but colourful chocolate pieces instead. Keep an eye out for these DIY kits in your local Foodland & Kytons stockists.

Picture :: Naomi Giatas


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