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Every two years, three member teams compete in Lyon for the gold in the most important pastry team championship
The candidates will be required for the first time to sculpt a whole block of chocolate and integrate it in their artistic chocolate creation. They will also work with two ice blocks similar in size to the artistic creation made of sculpted ice.
The recently completed Copa Maya of Pastry Cooking 2014, celebrated at Mexipan, went to the host country, Mexico. Alongside them on the podium were Columbia and Argentina .
Under the banner of Mexipan and with the support of Club Vatel in Mexico, the final of the Copa Maya 2014 will be held on the 28th and 29th of August. It is an international competition, organised by Valrhona in
Who will be the members of the Japanese team for the World Cup of Pastry in Lyon? Discover the spectacular creations that were produced by contestants during the hard-fought elimination round in Tokyo.
Malaysia won the Cup with an impeccable chocolate piece representing a tin robot, snatching victory from the home team of Singapore, winners of the three first competitions, who finished second this time. Both will face each other again in the grand final in Lyon next January alongside other participants from the contest: Australia (third), China and The Philippines.
Azuhiro Nakayama, Junji Tokunaga and Shinichi Sugita are the three pastry chefs who will represent Japan at the next World Cup of Pastry, which will take place in Lyon in 2015. The three contestants were selected after an excellent elimination
Martin Chiffers,captain of the British team, was overjoyed in his celebration alongside Barry Johnson and Nicolas Belorgey. It was a hard-won victory ahead of the very competitive team from Denmark and the Swedish team, who came in third. The three teams, as well as Switzerland, earned their places for the world final in Lyon.
Quentin Bailly, Mathieu Blandin and Joffrey Lafontaine obtained the gold medal for France at the last edition of the World Pastry Cup, held on 27th and 28th January in Lyon, at Sirha’s Paul Bocuse Hall. The great favorite team proved again why they are one of the strongest and most competitive countries in this competition. Alongside the French, the Italian and Japanese teams also mounted the podium.