5 reasons to check out Bakery Fair 2017

The most awaited event for bakers and those who intend to get into the hobby of baking tops the list of must-check out happenings this weekend. The Bakery Fair 2017: 9th International Exhibition on Bakery, Confectionery, and Foodservice Equipment and Supplies now welcomes everyone who wants to know all the new trends and products for baking.

The event is ongoing (until Sunday, February 19) at the World Trade Center in Pasay City from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. It opened its doors on February 17 by mounting several activities, including the culmination of the bread competition SAF Gold 2017 Bakers Cup, which has gathered professional bakers since 2016 to compete in various categories.


For baking professionals and enthusiasts, the Bakery Fair 2017 presents five compelling reasons for you not to miss this weekend trade show. Here are those:


1. Know the best bakers from 13 neighboring countries.
Aside from professional bakers from the organizer, the Filipino-Chinese Bakery Association, Inc. (FCBAI), the Bakery Fair 2017 is backed by industry allied players and members of the International Federation of Chinese Bakery and Confectionery Association from across 13 countries. You can participate in various seminars to be facilitated by the best bakers in the region.


2. Discover new products in the baking industry.
Expect a number of new products from across the baking industry to be launched during the trade show. See how various baking companies keep their commitment to further make baking easier, more worthwhile, and more exciting.


3. See countless baking products in one venue.
Bakery Fair 2017 showcases the technological advancements and techniques in baking. Get ready to be amazed by the lineup of all the products that will hold the interest of all bakers and consumers. This way, you can also gain competitive intelligence about market leaders and track industry trends. Discover new opportunities from doing so.


The Filipino-Chinese Bakery Association, Inc. board of directors during the opening day of Bakery Fair 2017. From left: Vice President Peter Fung, auditor Julian Dy, Director/Honorary President Winston Uy, President Bien Enrico Ah, and adviser/Honorary President Marcos Ong

4. Learn about increasing varieties of products.
Artisan style breads continue to gain interest among consumers in various markets. Bakery Fair 2017 sets a good venue to learn more about making healthy breads and new bread types that can shake up the competition.


5. Behold the latest innovations in the industry.
Bakery Fair 2017 is the best place to discover and learn the latest techniques, technologies, and style in baking. Gain new knowledge and insights from the best all over the globe.


Entrance fee is P100. Get a free pass by pre-registering after downloading the Baker’s Aid app on iOS and Android.



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