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Pineapple Cake Festival to Take Place Next Weekend

Pineapple Cake Festival to Take Place Next Weekend

Taking place between July 11 and 13 at Hall 3 of the Taipei World Trade Center, the 2014 Taipei International Bakery Show/Taipei Pineapple Cake Cultural Festival promises to bring visitors an exciting gastronomic experience with the variety of these delicious tarts at the show!

The press conference for the festival took place on July 3. Dignitaries attending the event include Information and Tourism Commissioner Sun Tien-long, Taipei Bakery Association President Wu Kuan-teh, as well as Taipei Exhibition and Convention Association President Tiger Lin.

Sun remarked that that the Department of Information and Tourism (TPEDOIT) is collaborating with Taipei Bakery Association to hold the Pineapple Cake Festival. Inviting top bakers across the island, the event will boost the reputation of pineapple cakes as a must-buy souvenir for those visiting Taipei.

Wu noted that this year’s event marks the ninth year of the Pineapple Cake Festival. These delicious tarts come with the taste of joy and happiness from this city, bringing Taiwan’s bakery skills a step closer to the global audience.

The contenders taking part in this year’s competition will showcase their different approaches in producing pineapple cakes. From “Pineapple chickens” touting chestnut paste from Japan to “Angry Birds Sour Sweet Pineapple Cake” licensed by the game’s Finnish developer, visitors at the show will no doubt open their eyes to new possibilities of this delicacy.

For more information on the 2014 Taipei Pineapple Cake Festival, please visit the Chinese website of the event at: www.fonglisu.tw

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  • Updated: 2014/7/4 16:11
  • Reviewed: 2014/7/4 16:11

  • Source: Department of Information Technology, Taipei City Government
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