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The world famous Cake Boss bakery is now shipping to Canada

The Cake Boss bakery is now officially shipping to Canada, so if you ever wanted to follow Buddy's advice and taste something that was baked in Hoboken, baby, then there's good news ahead.

Officially known as Carlo's Bakery, the family-owned bakery shot to fame after captivating viewers on TLC with their drool-worthy pastries, desserts and cakes.

Bakery owner Buddy Valastro announced the exciting news in an Instagram story shared on Thursday.

"I am so, so excited to announce that we are national shipping in Canada, baby," he says in the video. "I know that my Canadian fans have been asking me for a long time, how do I taste your cakes?"

"Well, let me tell you guys, now is the time."

In honour of the news, Carlo's Bakery has even unveiled a new Oh Canada Baby! cake stamped with a maple leaf, because everyone knows that all Canadians' blood type is basically composed of 99 per cent maple syrup.

The Oh Canada Baby! cake is composed of alternating layers of red and white sponge and a layer of white buttercream. The cake is then bathed in red and white sprinkles and topped with a maple leaf.

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Carlo's Bakery

Some of the other scrumptious goodies on offer from the bakery include a carrot cake with cream cheese icing, a chocolate fudge cake, and a fun rainbow cake that will put all of your childhood pinatas to shame.

Cakes are priced at $99 for a six-inch cake, shipping included.

According to the bakery website, cakes will be shipped frozen with dry ice to ensure that they stay fresh in transit.

Canadians can also purchase merchandise such as a Cake Boss water bottle and apron — and it seems that supplies are going fast because the water bottles have already sold out.

Shipping to Canada is available starting on Monday, June 22, but Canadians can start placing orders now on the bakery website.

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