High gas prices force Las Vegas bakery, founded in 1959, to make changes: 'The abnormal feels normal'
Las Vegas bakery makes changes due to high gas prices
Freed’s Bakery spends around $15,000 in gas each month for its fleet of delivery trucks.
Filling up five delivery trucks isn’t a piece of cake when average gas prices in some western states are above $5 a gallon.
These high gas prices are causing problems for some small businesses like Freed’s Bakery in Las Vegas.
"We're what we would call a Vegas tradition," said Max Fried, operating partner.
Freed’s Bakery is a third-generation family-owned business, with multiple dessert shops in Las Vegas.
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