Bakery Fair 2019 Will Exhibit Innovative Ideas For The Baking Industry
Over 170 exhibitors will gather around to bring you newer, better and healthier baking, confectionary, foodservice, equipment, and supplies exhibit at Bakery Fair 2019 happening this February 15-17, 2019 at World Trade Center, Pasay.
Bakery Fair is the brainchild of the Filipino-Chinese Bakery Association Inc. (FCBAI) and was born back in 1966 with an aim to promote, develop, and contribute to the growth of bakers in the country.
Today, the Bakery Fair serves as a platform where bakers and the top market leaders can gather around to engage in seminars, booths, discuss techniques, and tackle advanced technologies for baking and opportunities under one roof.
On their 9th international exhibit last 2017, the Bakery Fair set a new record with over 25,000 visitors and sold out booths. They brought the fair to Davao in 2018 where free seminars and the grandest cake decorating competition were administered.
Also read: Bakery Fair 2017
Bakery Fair 2018 in Davao
This year, Bakery Fair is coming back in Manila and are bringing together top speakers, booths, and over 170 exhibitors to showcase fresh new flavors, ideas, healthy options, and innovative baking styles. Catch Bakery Fair 2019 this February 15-17, 2019 at the World Trade Center and learn how innovation and adaptation are going to help the baking industry in the country.
Pre-register now as FREE passes are given to those who register until February 3, 2019. Just answer the form here and bring your confirmation slip and valid ID to the registration counter to claim your name badge and have a 3-day free admission to the exhibit.
Tickets are worth Php 100 for those who will not be able to register online until February 3.
For more information, you can contact them at 02-254-2518 or 02-254-2526 or visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/fcbai.ph.
What: Bakery Fair 2019
When: February 15-17, 2019
Where: World Trade Center, 2/F WTCMM Building, Pasay Extension corner, Sen. Gil J. Puyat Ave, Pasay City
Images courtesy of FCBAI.