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Puratos Chef Hadi Mekdashi elevates Pakistan’s patisserie scene at Chocolate Academy

Puratos Chef Hadi Mekdashi elevates Pakistan’s patisserie scene at Chocolate Academy

A large number of students from COTHM and Chocolate Academy and professionals from prestigious eateries and hotels participated in the workshops and learned the art of patisserie in a modern way.

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In a bid to enrich Pakistan’s culinary landscape, renowned Lebanese Chef Hadi Mekdashi spearheaded a series of International Patisserie Workshops, in collaboration with industry giants Belcolade and Puratos, hosted at the prestigious Chocolate Academy.

Chef Muhammad Razzaq, alongside Chocolate Academy’s Head of Operations, Amna Munir, played pivotal roles in assisting Chef Mekdashi in curating an array of unique recipes.

Puratos Business Development Head (Punjab Region) Rana Musharraf and Puratos Regional Sales Manager Taufeeq Ahmad ensured seamless access to high-quality products, facilitating an environment conducive to creativity and learning.

Distinguished figures from Belcolade and Puratos, including Director Sales & Marketing Zeeshan Haider and Chocolate Academy CEO Zainab Shafiq, graced the occasion, adding a touch of prestige to the workshops. Their presence not only underscored the significance of the collaboration but also served as a testament to the commitment towards advancing the art of patisserie.

A large number of students from COTHM and Chocolate Academy and professionals from prestigious eateries and hotels participated in the workshops and learned the art of patisserie in a modern way.

Amidst the aroma of freshly baked goods and the buzz of eager participants, certificates were ceremoniously distributed to acknowledge the dedication and achievements of those who participated in the workshops.

While talking to media, Chocolate Academy CEO Zainab Shafiq said that Chocolate Academy always comes up with wonderful ideas to equip the youth of Pakistan with modern culinary and patisserie practices. Pakistani students’ experience with international chefs not only benefits them in improving their skill but also makes them confident, she added.

 

 

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