New baking show coming to Chicago
The Retail Bakers of America, the American Bakers Association and BEMA are launching a baking-focused trade show this fall in Chicago.
The three-day All Things Baking trade event will be geared toward food service professionals looking for ways to take their business to the next level.
Joe Turano, a committee member for the event and director of operations at Turano Baking Co., says the event will deliver educational offerings to attendees, including training sessions.
Session topic will include: product development, business management and marketing, retail baking trends, ethical and eco-friendly practices, food safety, cake and cookie decorating, bread-baking, new development in baking technology and more.
Retail Bakers of American president Felix Sherman, of The Ambrosia Bakery, expects the show to be, “an energetic, innovative and much-anticipated new trade show for those who know the importance of staying current.”
“It’s our intent to supply attendees with the trade information and know-how needed to stay ahead of the baking industry’s fast-moving curve,” he says.
The event is slated to be held Oct. 2-4 in Chicago. Education session will begin at 8 a.m., and conclude before noon. One hour seminars are $10 each and demonstrations on the show floor are free. Interactive session and hands-on classes are $100 and $200 each respectively.
Educational partners for the event include the RBA, the American Bakers Association, BEMA, AIB International, The French Pastry School, The RPIA Group and Kendall College.
For more information, visit www.allthingsbaking.org.