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Bakery Congress adds baked goods demonstration area to show floor

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Bakery Congress 2017 is taking place in Vancouver on April 23 and 24. The Baking Association of Canada's event is bigger and offers more opportunities for bakery professionals to network

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Vancouver – Bakery Congress 2017, the Baking Association of Canada’s (BAC) event, returns to Vancouver, B.C. this April 23 and 24.

Attendee registration is open now at

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BAC says the event promises to be bigger and better this year at the downtown Vancouver Convention Centre East – Hall B with almost 50,000 sq. ft. of exhibit space.


Visitors to the show will be able to see products in action and meet the people behind them. For two days the representatives from bakeries (commercial, retail and in-store), food service (restaurants, cafes, pizzerias) and grocery chains will have the opportunity to meet face-to-face with the people who truly understand the bakery business.

Bakery Congress provides a host of opportunities for bakers to connect with new and current suppliers, discover new trends and products while staying on top of what is happening in this dynamic industry.

The conference program also provides numerous topics designed to assist baking industry leaders:

  • Employing Millennials: Today’s Challenges with Tomorrow Leaders
  • Successful Retailing in Today’s Bakery Market
  • What’s Happening and Where Do We Go from Here
  • Responding to the Changing Demands of Today & Tomorrow

Bakery Congress is also about offering networking and social B-to-B business opportunities.  The BAC BC Chapter is therefore delighted to present An Evening at the Historic Terminal City Club, the premiere social and networking event for the Sunday evening.  This is a perfect occasion to meet up with old friends and be introduced to new ones.

As a special feature BAC has added a new baked goods demonstration area that will offer hourly presentations featuring the students of baking programs from Vancouver Island University and Vancouver Community College, along with special guests.

To register to attend, visit


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