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Cinnamon Red shines at Culinary Art Food Expo 2018

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Cinnamon Red Colombo Associates shone bright and brought home a total of nine medals at the Chefs’ Guild Culinary Art Food Expo 2018, which took place recently at the BMICH. These included four gold medals, four silver and one bronze. Six Associates took part in the event and all of them received awards in respective events and categories.

The winners were Pradeep Pereira and Sampath Kumara in the Master Baker category (Gold); Sameera Weerasinghe in the Sunquick Mocktail Competition (Gold); Eranga Sanjeewa in the Vodka Cocktail Competition (Gold); Shelat Mendis in the Arrack Cocktail Competition (Gold); Agra Abeysinghe in the Sunquick Mocktail Competition (Silver); Sameera Weerasinghe in the Vodka Cocktail Competition (Silver); Eranga Sanjeewa in the Arrack Cocktail Competition (Silver); Shelat Mendis in the Vodka Cocktail Competition (Silver); and Sameera Weerasinghe in the Arrack Cocktail Competition (Bronze).

The Culinary Art Food Expo is the most comprehensive Food and Beverage Exhibition in Sri Lanka. The three-day competition saw over 2,000 participants battling it out for honours under various categories such as practical live, static display and beverage. The competition is organised annually for participants to showcase their creativity, to gain exposure into the industry, as well as to discover opportunities in the international arena. 


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