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Brand CAI celebrated annual Fruit mixing ceremony in Hyderabad


Hyderabad 05 December 2018: Brand CAI, the record setting pioneers of Culinary Arts Education in India, celebrated its annual Fruit Mixing Ceremony, on the Wednesday, The 5th of December, 2018 at their Notters Pastry and Confectionery Kitchen.


The Ceremony was endowed with the presence of Mr. Sam Freeman, Sales Director of Atalian Global Services, as the Chief Guest; Ms. Hannah, General Manager HR of MSL Mining and the Honoree Mr. Bomi H. Patell, COO of BomPat Recruiters Pvt. Ltd.


Brand CAI is recognized for winning multiple International and National awards for Cookery and non-scholastic competitions. They have been recognized thrice by the World Record Academy; hence the same agenda has been the motive for this year’s Fruit Mixing Ceremony. And with pride, they carry the slogan of ‘GOING HIGH, HIGH & HIGH… WE ARE BRAND CAI’. 


The Ensemble comprised of a Trophy shaped dry fruit & nut display, surrounded with the various achievements and honors from varied venerate sources and establishments. The ideology behind the theme was to emphasize the stature of the Academy, the spirit of being the best of what they do and commemorate the recognition in the field of Culinary Arts. Brand CAI is ranked amongst the top 10 Culinary Schools, Globally. 


The event was cherished with a merry of 100 kilograms of Nuts, Tutti Fruity, Cherries, Raisins, Sultanas, Black Currants, Candied Lemon, Candied Ginger and Figs, mixed with a Harmony of warm spices, such as Cinnamon, Clove, Star Anise, Ginger and Cardamom. The Huge quantity of Dried Fruits and Nuts used to create the masterpiece will be soaked in wine and liquor, before being baked into mouth-watering and flavorful Christmas Cakes.


Like every year, 750 Christmas Cakes will be prepared by the final year students, which would then be distributed amongst the Avant-Garde Personnel of the Hotel Industry, Media Personnel, and prominent personalities of Hyderabad as well as the well-wishers of the Culinary Academy of India.