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Pastry Blog & News

The latest news about current affairs within the world of pâtisserie: new stores, latest business news, trends, schools, associations…

A storybook evening in Jean-Luc Decluzeau’s chocolate hut

September 13, 2018 |

In Sèvres (France), a lucky few will be able to enjoy this special accommodation measuring 18 m2 with 1.5 tons of chocolate.More info

Joakim Prat and Johan Martin complete the Icook training season in Italy

August 31, 2018 |

In addition to the intensive quarterly course, the school invites these two international chefs to carry out a masterclass More info

Pastry, the protagonist of Albert Adriá’s next project

August 23, 2018 |

Albert Adrià is unstoppable. In addition to running hugely successful restaurants in the elBarri group,he continues to immerse himself in new and fascinating projects. The lastof which we have had news is the one expected to open in London inMore info

Sugar improves memory and mood in those over 60

July 30, 2018 |

A small amount of glucose can help older people work more efficiently, according to research from the University of Warwick.More info

Virtual visits to international bakeries in Iba 2018

July 26, 2018 |

How is bread made in Germany, Greece, Iceland, Austria, and the United States? In the next edition of the fair you can discover this and more without leaving Munich, with virtual reality glasses.More info

France wants to do away with titanium dioxide

July 6, 2018 |

France wants to ban this food additive that some studies relate to colon cancer.More info

Desserts arrive at Chef’s Table

July 3, 2018 |

Christina Tosi, Jordi Roca, Will Goldfarb, and Corrado Assenza are the pastry chefs portrayed in the fourth season of this documentary series.More info

Pain au chocolat or Chocolatine? The debate reaches the French Parliament

June 4, 2018 |

Ten deputies from the Gascony region claim that Chocolatine has the same status as Pain au chocolat, a dispute that actually began with the historical name that this mythical specialty had in its origins in 1830.More info

A German athlete cycles 10,000 km to promote the fair trade of chocolate

April 25, 2018 |

His idea is to make a limited edition of chocolate with the cocoa beans he transports on his bicycle from Ecuador and Colombia.More info

Scientists from the University of California work towards the survival of chocolate

January 8, 2018 |

In collaboration with the chocolate bar brand Mars, they are modifying the DNA of small cocoa plants to make them more resistant to adverse conditions.More info