Chocolate lovers love her cakes and biscuits
By:Colinna Radang
KCH-phandmade biscuit-0708-alv(T)-18

KUCHING: If you love chocolates, you will like the cakes and biscuits that Norsurianie Suwel, 31, makes for sale.

Among the cakes and biscuits, she produces are rainbow cat tongue biscuits, kuih sepit berinti, chocolate brownies, chocojar, Nutella pods, chocolate biscuits, cheesecakes and Cadbury tarts.   

“Usually, I use three types of chocolate, namely, dark chocolate, milk chocolate and white chocolate to make my cakes or biscuits,” she said. 

Norsurianie added that she only used premium and quality ingredients in her products.

Many customers, she said, were interested in her handmade chocolate biscuits.

“Initially, I sold chocolate marshmallows on a whim in 2014.  I was a full-time housewife then.

“I operated at home before applying for a business site in Stutong in 2019.  A few years later, I applied for a larger business site. Then I moved to City Square,” she added.

Norsurianie has come a long way since she started her business with only RM200 in hand.  

“Now, I also promote my cakes and biscuits on social media platforms.  My prices are affordable, ranging from RM15 to RM200 depending on the type of products ordered by the customers,” added Norsurianie.

She said she could earn about RM1000 to RM3000 a month, especially during the festive season.

“I also provide delivery services for customers in the Kuching and Kota Samarahan areas.

“The delivery charges depend on the distances,” she said, adding that her business hours were from 10am to 8pm every day.

“I hope to be a successful entrepreneur one day and that my products will be well known in and outside Malaysia,” she said.

For queries or bookings, interested customers can call Norsurianie at 014-998 1172.

New Sarawak Tribune e-Paper

Related Post

Regular blood donors see it as a calling
8 hours ago
Craving for nasi minyak? It’s now available everyday
1 day ago
Legalise sales but prioritise safety aspect
1 day ago
Medan Saberkas traders give thumbs-up to piped gas
1 day ago
Physiotherapy better than pain meds
1 day ago
Jimi could have deserved better …
1 day ago
On a mission to beautify women
2 days ago
Painting of Chinese zodiac rabbit awaits highest bid
3 days ago

Promoted Content

Latest News

Soup kitchen holds out hope for urban poor
4 mins ago
Zii Jia distracted by potential legal issue with ex-coach  
51 mins ago
SAR ops uses drones to locate missing IPTS student  
57 mins ago
Labuan engineering team wins RM100k grant for multi-measurement kit innovation
1 hour ago
Malaysia extends condolences to Musharraf's family
1 hour ago


Subscribe and get the latest news from

New Sarawak Tribune is a Sarawakian news portal that highlights Sarawak-centric news and other stories of relevance to Sarawak.

Today, New Sarawak Tribune focuses on happenings in Sarawak’s cities, towns and small places no matter how remote these are and events of relevance in other states of Malaysia and other countries.