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This is our daily Bread!My brother and I are Gardenia fanatics. We eat different Gardenia breads at home almost everyday.My favorite is the Gardenia Wheat Pandesal, my brother loves the Gardenia Wheat Bread.
We were luckily invited last Saturday, October 20, 2012 at Eastwood Mall to a fun-filled “Happy Bread Day” 2012 courtesy of Gardenia Philippines. It was a fun, fun Bread day!
We lined up first and registered for the Happy Bread Day event.
Each of us were given a passport. After reading the mechanics of the Passport to the ultimate Bread experience we proceeded to the booths and had our passport stamped. One (1) booth is equivalent to one (1) stamp.
We got to taste test some Gardenia breads together with other product, like for example, a bite size of Bibbo hotdog pinned in a Gardenia Bread.
The staff at the booth then stamped your passport.
You get a souvenir / token after you visited the Gardenia Exhibit Booth and at least four (4) other booths.
I got a free eco bag.
“Happy Bread Day Show” hosted by popular actress, host and dancer, Ms. Regine Tolentino.
There was also a special cooking demo featuring Chef Rosebud Benitez, former host of the well-loved cooking show “Quickfire,” together with actor and host Drew Arellano.
Various games and tricks was held for the enjoyment of kids and the kids-at-heart!
“Happy Bread Day.” For more about Gardenia Bakeries Philippines, Inc. and Happy Bread Day, visit www.gardenia.com.ph.
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