A new dessert shop is filling a former high street CBD store.
Cake Box has confirmed it is opening its eighth Kent branch.
Its handmade, 100% egg-free treats will soon be coming to Sittingbourne.
Pictures show its tell-tale purple paint transforming the shopfront of the former CBD Health Choices Ltd shop between Emily’s Nails and Beauty and the Co-op Funeral Care near The Red Lion pub.
The wellness store, which was owned by Terry Utting, closed 18 months ago after “business died out”.
Cake Box began its journey in 2008 and has shops in Strood, Maidstone, Ashford, Chatham, Folkestone, Gravesend and Dartford.
The founders follow a strict lacto-vegetarian diet, which is how they came up with the idea for the company.
They say: “You really can’t taste the difference”.
You can order celebration cakes, cheesecakes, cupcakes and a range of other egg-free treats.
A spokesman for Cake Box confirmed they’d be coming to the borough.
They said: “All going well we should be open around the end of February.”
The new shop has stirred quite a reaction on social media.
Matilda Johnson said: “Personally I am excited.
“It’s nice to see new places opening all the time as opposed to empty shops.
“Cake Box offers completely different cakes to the usual…