The Danish tv-confectioner Mette Blomsterbeg has not been given the best start in 2019.
1. January, she could even announce on Facebook that her baker Blomsterberg Pastry shop and Café had to turn the key on because of the bad economy.
And now it turns out that the economy has been squeezed by bagerforretningen in Lyngby. So the pressure that the company on the second day was the subject of bankruptcy. It informs the Maritime and Commercial court to Ekstra Bladet.
It is the lawyer Jan Schøtt-Petersen, who has been appointed to manage the estate, he affirms Friday to Ekstra Bladet.
- I have been appointed as the curator completely by the book. At the present time, we have sent cirkulærskrivelser out to the claimant, but I can not say how much money has been lost.
Cake in the economy
Have one gift card to the bankrupt bakery, promises Mette Blomsterberg to refund it out of their own pocket, if one comes before 31. January. She also mentions that there have been many customers in the year, where the store has been open on the Toftebæksvej in Lyngby.
But even if she langer cakes across the counter in a steady stream, she'll earn not money on it. It showed her latest accounts also.
'the Result of the activities of the company showed in the year a negative result and thus has not met the expectations that were made for the year. There is expected a less negative result in the next financial year', in the reliability of the management's review.
Mette Blomsterberg has in the past year tried to adapt its business by, among other things, to cut down on staffing costs. In 2016, echoed the on 4.693.391 crowns, while in 2017 are cut down to 3.899.747 crowns.
The negative result from the Blomsterbergs café is also reflected in Mette Blomsterbergs holding company, Gloria Lama Holding ApS. The parent company lost 72.600 crowns in 2017.
It was in the same boat also expected that the business would come out with a deficit in 2018.
But even though the 49-year-old kagekone no longer be selling coffee and cake on the Toftebæksvej, comes she not to get bored in 2019.
Mette Blomsterberg has, as usual, several irons in the fire, and she announces that the calendar is already filled with exciting work, which, however, she does not at present wish to enlighten further on, as the Extra Blade will get a hold of her spokesperson.
She would, however, like to reveal, that she does not come to say goodbye to the screen. Even the well-known pastry chef, however, told a bit about what should happen in this calendar year.
'2019 is already filled up, and I primarily come to focus on new exciting work: Tv, the publication of two new books, lectures, the further development of my bageserie and webshop as well as many other exciting projects, which I do not at the present time can lift the veil', she has written on its website Blomsterbergs.dk.
the Extra Leaf has Monday been in contact with Mette Blomsterbergs media responsible, Mette Ljunggren, who points out, " one 'no further comments'.