Belford Roxo bakery

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Art Pão Confeitaria bakery Belford Roxo Brazil
Art Pão Confeitaria
Avenida Doutor Mario Guimarães, 190 - Centro, Nova Iguaçu
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Bakery Zio Vito bakery Belford Roxo Brazil
Bakery Zio Vito
Rua Uranos, 1397 - Olaria, Rio de Janeiro
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Angel’s mouth bakery Belford Roxo Brazil
Angel’s mouth
Praça Saiqui, 36 - Vila Valqueire, Rio de Janeiro
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Bimbo Brazil bakery Belford Roxo Brazil
Bimbo Brazil
Estrada Adhemar Bebiano, 2890 - Inhauma, Rio de Janeiro
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Art-Bread Bakery and Confectionery bakery Belford Roxo Brazil
Art-Bread Bakery and Confectionery
Rua Gervásio, 236 - Juscelino, Mesquita
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Feito com Carinho bakery Belford Roxo Brazil
Feito com Carinho
Estrada da Água Grande, 666 - Irajá, Rio de Janeiro
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Tortas Gostosas bakery Belford Roxo Brazil
Tortas Gostosas
Rua Toropasso, 39 - Irajá, Rio de Janeiro
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PADARIA XODÓ bakery Belford Roxo Brazil
PADARIA XODÓ
Rua Coronel Monteiros de Barros, 22 - Austin, Nova Iguaçu
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Pec Pão bakery Belford Roxo Brazil
Pec Pão
Avenida Nilo Peçanha, 269 - Centro, Duque de Caxias
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Sonho Encantado Confeitaria bakery Belford Roxo Brazil
Sonho Encantado Confeitaria
Rua Quito, 32 - Penha, Rio de Janeiro
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Bolart Marcelle Bolos bakery Belford Roxo Brazil
Bolart Marcelle Bolos
Rua Urucuia, 391 - Vila Valqueire, Rio de Janeiro
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Mellows of Sonia bakery Belford Roxo Brazil
Mellows of Sonia
Rua Evaristo da Veiga, 317 - Jd 25 Agosto, Duque de Caxias
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Bakery Living Bread bakery Belford Roxo Brazil
Bakery Living Bread
Rua Figueiredo Camargo, 883 - Bangu, Rio de Janeiro
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Ana Oliveira Cake Design Decorated bakery Belford Roxo Brazil
Ana Oliveira Cake Design Decorated
Rua Jaguaribe, 140 - Oswaldo Cruz, Rio de Janeiro
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Griffe dos Congelados bakery Belford Roxo Brazil
Griffe dos Congelados
Rua das Turquezas, 163 - Rocha Miranda, Rio de Janeiro
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Flower Valqueire bakery Belford Roxo Brazil
Flower Valqueire
Rua Luiz Beltrão, 02 - Loja B - Vila Valqueire, Rio de Janeiro
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Breça - Bolos Artísticos bakery Belford Roxo Brazil
Breça - Bolos Artísticos
Rua Barão de Capanema, 573 - Bangu, Rio de Janeiro
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Sabrina Dias Sweet Design bakery Belford Roxo Brazil
Sabrina Dias Sweet Design
Rua São Leonardo, 221 - Irajá, Rio de Janeiro
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Delícias da Rosa de Saron bakery Belford Roxo Brazil
Delícias da Rosa de Saron
Travessa Olivia de Brito, 214 - Jacutinga, Mesquita
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Tortamania Doceria Ltda bakery Belford Roxo Brazil
Tortamania Doceria Ltda
Rua Francisco Real, 832 - Bangu, Rio de Janeiro
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Bakeries in Belford Roxo

Belford Roxo bakery: Art Pão Confeitaria, Bakery Zio Vito, Angel’s mouth, Bimbo Brazil, Art-Bread Bakery and Confectionery, Feito com Carinho, Tortas Gostosas, PADARIA XODÓ, Pec Pão, Sonho Encantado Confeitaria, Bolart Marcelle Bolos, Mellows of Sonia, Bakery Living Bread, Ana Oliveira Cake Design Decorated, Griffe dos Congelados, Flower Valqueire, Breça - Bolos Artísticos, Sabrina Dias Sweet Design, Delícias da Rosa de Saron, Tortamania Doceria Ltda

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