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    Sending moist baked goods in the mail.

    A friend of mine loves pound cake and I would love to send him some through the mail, but my main concern is that because he lives in Canada, the cake might mold or spoil before it arrives.

    Does anyone have any experience/advice with special packaging techniques or sending foods that contain more moisture in the mail?

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