Paris Bakery: 1000 Days Of Spreading Sweetness!

City Lights: Events

As Odisha’s favourite bakery outlet, ‘Paris Bakery’, successfully completed 1000 days of its journey on February 9th, the brand launched two new line of products – the ‘Venicia’ gelato and cookies for the calorie conscious customers.

 The brand introduced the two products as a part of its efforts to promote health along with great taste. Its ‘Venicia’ gelato range   of the authentic traditional Italian version of   the common ice cream will be served in some interesting flavours of cotton candy,   choco praline and salty caramel alongside the other standard flavours. This is good for   those customers who want to indulge in   acold creamy dessert without worrying about calories as the fat content of the gelatos is less than 3 percent. Similarly, its ‘Health   Matters’ range of cookies too are made purely of wheat and are cholesterol free, making it a good choice for people opting for   low calorie snacking.
 With 25 stores in different cities of Odisha including the 14 stores in Bhubaneswar, the brand is planning to spread its reach to   foodies in other cities across India. Thus,   speaking on this occasion, founder of Paris Bakery, Jaynarayan Pujapanda said, “We   are happy to have successfully completed 1000 days across the main cities of the state   and are now going to expand our stores   to other cities of western Odisha. We are also planning to open another factory at Sambalpur soon. That apart, we also have   plans   to open around 12-15 stores at Kolkata in the current financial year. Later, in the second phase, we will be focusing on   expanding to cities like Chhattisgarh, Raipur, Vizag   and  other cities.”

 Not just the new products, Paris Bakery group also announced its latest initiatives in the field of social work with an organisation,  ‘Sahaya’. Again, Pujapanda adds, “Apart     from trying to expand its bakery outlets and products, the Paris Bakery Foundation has   decided to work for the society. We are going to form an organisation named ‘Sahaya’   that would work for the education of   under privileged girls.

 Besides it, Paris Bakery will also step into the hospitality training sector by providing a course to train students in hospitality sector as well as generate employment for them.”