Tucker family excited to open second setting in Emanuel County

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Earlier this month, Jeno’s Baking Company of Swainsboro announced that the North Main Street business will soon be transferring ownership to Janna and Brett Tucker, owners of All the Fixin’s in Twin City. All the Fixin's is known statewide for their pecan products - flavored pecans, turtles and pralines, manufacturing wholesale product for over 20 retailers and for their corporate and online sales. In their Twin City pecan and gift shop, they also offer a Grab-n-Go Lunch Cafe Menu, coffee, ice cream, and "Kitchen Fixin's" casseroles, breakfast foods and desserts. Now expanding their business to host a second location within Emanuel County, the Tuckers are excited to promote all of these offerings, now also in Swainsboro. They will continue to serve some of Jeno's most popular breakfast items, including the beloved breakfast bowls, cream cheese danishes, donuts and "piglets" (pigs in a blanket).

“We have rented space at the bakery for years, using their space to cook our pecans on the days they were closed. We needed to expand and build out a commercial kitchen about the same time the owners were looking into the possibility of selling. The timing couldn't be more perfect and we are excited to serve Swainsboro soon,” Janna stated.

Jeno’s current owners, Jennifer and Joy, will continue serving the community until this Saturday, July 2nd. All the Fixin’s in Twin City will continue operating under regular business hours this week until Friday, July 1. Then, the Tuckers will close the Twin City shop for store improvements, all while working on their second location in Swainsboro. During this time, online ordering of their pecans, gifts and the Kitchen Fixin's menu will be available for pick up. Both locations will re-open within mid-July.

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