Davidovich Bakery at Summer 2013 Fancy Food Show
By Katherine Sabal
This Summer, Davidovich Bakery will be a returning vendor at the Summer 2013 Fancy Food Show. Davidovich Bakery has been a proud member of the National Association for the Specialty Food Trade (NASFT) since 2010. Last summer, Davidovich Bakery was recipient of an all-expense paid trip and city sponsored booth by NYCEDC as one of just a few selected winners to represent NYC-based food manufacturers at the show.
Now, the words “fancy” and “bagel” might not necessarily cross paths in your mind, or anyone’s mind for that matter, but being able to present a bakery's products at this biannual event is always a great honor. It means that a bakery's product line is recognized as the specialty food that it is.
Specialty food, according to the NASFT (organizer of the Fancy Food Show), is food that exemplifies “quality, innovation, and style.” Specialty food derives its nature from “ authenticity, ethnic or cultural origin, specific processing, ingredients …” So, pretty much everything that you’re getting when you enjoy the authenticity of a Davidovich bagel, a bagel that is always made with quality ingredients the good old-fashioned way – hand rolled, kettle boiled and baked on wooden boards. Davidovich is renowned for insuring that a treat first brought over by Polish immigrants remains a greatly satisfying and overall good product.
So, if you can, come by and see Davidovich Bakery at this summer’s Fancy Food Show. You can find us as All Natural Products at Booth 171. Davidovich Bakery will be there with more than 2,000 of our peers who all make great specialty products like hand rolled pasta from Al Dente Pasta of Michigan, syrups from Morris Kitchen of Brooklyn, and salumi from Charlito’s Cocina of New York. Or if you can’t make it to the Javitz Center in NYC on June 30th – July 2nd, you can always visit the Fancy Food Show website and browse through the vendors using the advanced product finder search tool for any kind of product that you might be interested in.