Peru: The bread that has taken center stage from the French classic and what are the new products with Andean grains

Published Oct 16, 2023

Tridge summary

The bakery industry in Peru has remained relatively unaffected by the pandemic and economic crisis, with bread sales remaining stable. The sector expects to increase sales by 10% this year during the nougat and panettone campaigns. The industry is also innovating and introducing new types of bread made with Andean grains and cereals to attract more customers.
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Original content

We all eat bread. And although the pandemic has come to alter the way we consume, with the war between Ukraine and Russia raising the value of wheat internationally, and now with the economic crisis affecting the purchasing power of consumers and the price of food, the bakery do not appear to have been affected. Whether you buy it just to make a sandwich or pay for early breakfast, you will be part of the chain that maintains one of the simplest and easiest restaurants to eat in Peru. And on this World Bread Day, two representatives of the Peruvian Association of Bakery and Pastry Entrepreneurs (Aspan) spoke with Infobae Peru and revealed what the sector expects for this year. In 2020, there were around 15,300 bakeries nationwide. Currently, William Heredia and Pío Pantoja, the manager and president, respectively, of Aspan, reveal that there must be around 20 thousand in all of Peru—with around 8 thousand concentrated in Lima alone. However, in Peru bread sales were not so ...
Source: Infobae
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