n Tinapayan Festival Holiday Bread is made with the bakery’s signature soft bread, topped with glazed fruit. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO
CELEBRATE Christmas with the Tinapayan Festival, a local bakery offering sweet and sweet baked goods like their Christmas Fruit Cake made with candied fruit, nuts and spices, all steeped in brandy for six to eight months . The Tinapayan Festival has built its foundation by focusing on training and skills of Filipino bakers while maximizing agricultural products in the market, hoping to elevate the baking industry in the country one loaf at a time. .
Nicknamed King Tinapay of the Philippines, Lucito “Chito” Chavez once dreamed of making bread a part of daily Filipino life through his own brand, Tinapayan Festival.
“Many of us Filipinos don’t realize how bread has become a staple in every household. Many of us, especially the bakers in Cuenca, Batangas, produce very good baked goods. great quality that we should all be proud of. Through all the initiatives and projects that we have carried out over the past years, I hope that we once again raise the status of the bakery industry in the country ” , said Chavez.
Chavez added that building an empire with the Tinapayan festival is not enough. “It’s not just about making money for myself and my family. It is also about maintaining the livelihoods of the bakers who are truly the heroes of the industry. Our goal as bakery entrepreneurs is to uplift the industry, not bring it down. “
Visit Tinapayan Festival at 1650 Dapitan Street corner Don Quijote, Sampaloc, Manila. He accepts orders in advance. The Tinapayan Festival is also available through GrabFood and FoodPanda.
To learn more about Tinapayan Festival’s new Christmas products and treats, follow them on Facebook or Instagram.