EXHIBITION STAND DESIGN & SETUP FOR BAKERY-AND-CONFECTIONERY-TRADE-SHOWS
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A bakery is an establishment that manufactures and sells flour-based food baked in an oven such as cake, bread, pies, pastries, and cookies. Some retail bakeries are also cafés, serving tea and coffee to customers who intend to consume the baked items on the premises.
Baked goods have been in existence for thousands of years. The skill of baking was discovered early during the Roman Empire. It was a very well-known art as Roman populace appreciated baked goods and requested for them regularly for significant events such as weddings and feasts etc. because of the desire and fame that the art of baking established, around 300 BC, baking was introduced as an occupation and respectable profession for Romans
Confectionery also refers to candy or sweets food. The term varies amongst English-speaking nations. In general, confectionery is categorized into two wide and somewhat overlapping divisions, sugar confections and bakers’ confections.
Flour confections also called and Bakers’ confectionery includes mainly cakes, sweet pastries, and similar baked goods. In the Middle Asia and East, flour-based confections are more rampant.
Sugar confectionery includes sweets, chocolates, candied nuts, sweetmeats, chewing gum and bubblegum, pastillage, and other confections that are produced mainly of sugar. In some situation, chocolate confections (confections produced of chocolate) are considered as a different category, as are they are non-sugar versions of sugar confections. The terms candy (Canada and US), sweets (Ireland and UK), and lollies (New Zealand and Australia) are general term for the most common varieties of sugar confectionery.
The confectionery industry also involved specific training schools and general historical records. Conventional confectionery goes back to ancient period, and continuous to be taken through the Middle era into the modern age.
Usually, confections are low in protein and micronutrients but high in calories. Confections can be fat-free foods, although several confections, in particular fried doughs, are high-fat foods. Many confections are regarded as empty calories.
Specially designed chocolate has been produced in the past for military consumption as a high-density food energy origin.
Confections are described with regard to sweeteners. These are typically sugars, but it is probable to buy non-sugar sweets, such as non-sugar- peppermints. The most popular sweetener for domestic cooking is table sugar, which is chemically a disaccharide containing both fructose and glucose.
The consumption of bakery and confectionery products develops every day and customers are creating more interest in it. The hunt for excellence makes this sector a very competitive niche market.
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