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SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (WJBK) -

Sanders' famous Bumpy Cake turns 100 years old this April. The company is celebrating by offering a free slice on April 27. You can sink your teeth into this treat at the following locations:

  • Sanders Clinton Twp 23770 Hall Rd. (Sat 9a-9p)
  • Sanders Rochester 436 South Main St. (Sat 10a-9p)
  • Sanders Birmingham 167 N. Old Woodward (Sat 10a-10p)
  • Sanders Grosse Pointe 16837 Kercheval (Sat 10a-10p)
  • Sanders Novi Twelve Oaks Mall (Sat 10a-9p)
  • Sanders Livonia Laurel Park Place Mall (Sat 10a-9p)
  • Sanders Great Lakes Crossing 4708 Baldwin Rd. (Sat 9a-9p)
  • Sanders St. Clair Shores 31075 Harper (Sat 10a-9p)
  • Sanders Wyandotte 3042 Biddle Ave. (Sat 10a-9p)
  • Hillers Grocery Stores (7 locations) *Free Slice
  • The Detroit Shoppe (Somerset Mall) *Free Slice


Select local stores will also sell Chocolate Bumpy Tea Cakes for $5.00 on April 27.

Sanders opened its bakery division in 1913. The chocolate layer cake with butter cream and rich fudge topping was named by customers who came in and asked for the "cake with the bumps."

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