25th February 2024
Food & Drink Sitges News

International exhibition turns Sant Vicenç into Catalan capital of pastry

The 7th International Pastry Show takes place in Sant Vicenç dels Horts from 19-21 January, and will be inaugurated on Saturday by one of the most recognised figures in the world of gastronomy: Jordi Roca, of the renowned Celler de Can Faves (Girona).

Sant Vicenç has managed to become a benchmark in the pastry world, to the point of being considered the Catalan capital of this sector.

In addition to Jordi Roca, this year’s Pastry Show brings together global figures in the pastry industry, such as the Australian Adriano Zumbo, the Catalan Martina Puigvert and the French Thibault Marchand, as well as many other renowned experts.

This year the second Pastry School Competition will also be held, which welcomes students from different centres throughout Catalonia. It also continues to recognise the best patisseries in Catalonia, with a new edition of the Fava de Cacau – Sant Vicenç dels Horts Awards.

Click here for a PDF of the full programme in English – and for further details visit: www.capitaldelapastisseria.cat

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