Around the world in 23 N.J. bakeries. Your ultimate guide to international sweets. – NJ.com

Clockwise from top left: Old German Bakery in Hoboken, Cynthia's Caribbean Bakery in Irvington, Sunmerry in Edison and Teixeira's in Newark.Bobby Olivier and Lauren Musni | NJ Advance Media
As New Jersey is so often portrayed in pop culture as an Italian-American mecca, the image of a “New Jersey bakery” may conjure images of cannoli and sfogliatelle. But New Jersey’s diverse landscape of bakers — a microcosm of the state’s exceedingly varied population — span dozens of ethnicities and sweet treats far beyond what the casual eater might know.
After weeks scouring all corners of New Jersey for its finest international bakeries, here are some of the best options providing New Jerseyans the opportunity to travel the world without ever leaving the state. Eat around the globe with us and check out these 23 New Jersey bakeries, alphabetized by ethnicity.
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