Pasay City, Philippines (PressExposure) November 06, 2009 -- There are different bakeries in the Philippines today. Majority of these bakeries are French-inspired cafe and bakeries like the French Baker or DÃ©lifrance, which are considered as a growing segment in the industry. But aside from these French-inspired bakeries, old-traditional bakeries are still popular across the country, particularly when it comes to cakes for birthdays, weddings, wedding anniversaries, and other popular events. One popular chains of bakeshops in the Philippines is owned by one of the largest foods corporation in the country, Jollibee. This is the Red Ribbon Bakeshop [http://www.expressregalo.com/category.aspx?scid=5&cid=2].
Red Ribbon Bakeshop [http://www.expressregalo.com/category.aspx?scid=5&cid=2], or mostly known as simply Red Ribbon, is a popular bakeshop based in the Philippines that directly competes with other popular chains of bakeries in the country, one being Goldilocks Bakery. The bakeshop specializes in different collections of premium cakes, which are also popular in other countries. Popular selections are its Chocolate Mousse cakes as well as its Blueberry Cheesecake. Pastries include the popular Mamon, Ensaimada, and Cinnamon Rolls.
But other than these, Red Ribbon Bakeshop [http://www.expressregalo.com/category.aspx?scid=5&cid=2] also specialize in different foodstuffs such as its collection of Italian dishes including Lasagna, Carbonara, Spaghetti, and the popular Filipino favorite, Palabok. But what made Red Ribbon even more popular is its collection of specially designed cakes for special events and celebrations such as for birthdays (particularly with children's birthday), wedding cakes, anniversary cakes, christening, and for other special occasions.
According to their website, with its acquisition in October 2005 by Jollibee Foods Corporation, Red Ribbon entered a new phase in its company history. Offering more service to their customers as well as expanding more across the country as well as in other countries. Before it was acquired by JFC, Red Ribbon was only a hobby-induced business down Timog, Quezon City in 1979. Although it was just a hobby, the bakeshop quickly grew, serving one of kind cakes and pastries to Filipinos in the area. Soon the company started to opened several branches in the US, particularly in California, as well as opening a franchising deal.
Through JFC, Red Ribbon grew. Red Ribbon, alongside JFC, is set to become the largest and the fastest-growing bakeshop in the Philippines. With newer products to offer other than those products mentioned earlier, the old-fashioned and traditional bakeshops wouldn't easily disappear in the industry it built. For more information visit to our site at http://www.expressregalo.com