Finals of young confectioners project held

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In order to keep one of the sweetest crafts in the hands of young and promising people, Zrenjanin-based Dijamant launched the Young Confectioner project last year. In partnership with the renowned confectioner Zdravko Gavrilović, and with the goal of educating and motivating future professionals, the project consisted of practical workshops and internal school contests.

The final was the icing on the cake, between Jovan Trajković Secondary School of Hospitality Professions from Zrenjanin, Paja Marganović Secondary School of Economics and Retail from Pančevo, and the secondary schools of hospitality and tourism professions from Vrnjačka banja, Niš and Belgrade.

Dijamant table margarines, integral part of any good treat, were at the arm’s reach of the young contestants, the well-known Metalac utensils, as well as mixers from the Metalac Trade range. The title of the best was claimed by Milica Đurđević from Belgrade, who won a prize in the amount of RSD 200,000, that Dijamant will be paying out to her over the following year. Pupils who ranked second and third, Natalija Doroslovac and Aleksandra Ignjatović from Pančevo, were given prizes by Dijamant that will make their work in the kitchen easier.

The winner Milica Đurđević said that the Young Confectioner project was a priceless experience for her, which helped her improve her own skills, gain new practical knowledge, as well as the necessary confidence in preparing confections, and added that she will use the award for further professional training.

On the other hand, member of the jury panel, experienced confectioner Zdravko Gavrilović said that the final showed the ability and talent nurtured in our secondary schools, and added that we need confectioners to make our lives sweeter.

After the final ended, and valuable prizes were given, the pupils, teachers and the jurors enjoyed the made cakes convinced that competitions will keep being organised in the future, as they are an important encouragement for confectionery pupils, and an opportunity to develop and learn.

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