Malaysian home bakers face cancelled orders after CMCO announcement


Aiman, aka The Coconut Kook, is worried about losing sales on big items like birthday cakes. Photos: Aiman Anuar

Home-based businesses already operate in a volatile market, competing with established restaurants, bakeries and cafes for the attention of Malaysians.

So it's little surprise that when the conditional movement control order (MCO) affecting Kuala Lumpur, Selangor and Putrajaya was announced recently, many Malaysian home-based bakers were ready to feel the pinch.

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