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East West Marketing launches Bakewell bakery equipment

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East West Marketing, a fully owned subsidiary of Nawaloka Holdings has widened its portfolio through ‘Bakewell’, a brand that houses an prominent range of bakery equipment to meet the emerging and growing needs of today’s out of home professional chefs, bakers and caterers.

Bakewell machinery is equipped with modern technology and provides greater performance coupled with highest reliability, utmost safety and low consumption of energy. 

“Today, the need for all these aspects in bakery machinery is of utmost importance and professional chefs and caterers would undoubtedly find the equipment handy and convenient”, opined East West Marketing Managing Director Harshith Dharmadasa. 

He further expressed that a separate team of technical experts are trained and are assigned to attend for after-sales technical support and services.

Out of the vast range of Bakewell products some of the items such as ovens, mixers, rounders, dividers, slicers, food cutting machines and fruit juice dispensers are quite popular and in demand since the day of the launch. 

The aforementioned and many more bakery and other Food appliances and machinery are available at the newly launched Bakewell showroom at Green Path Road Colombo 03 and any inquiry could also be made at the Head office of EWM at George R. De. Silva Mawatha, Colombo 13 or by visiting website. 

Speaking at the launch Head of Operations Nalaka Niroshana stated: “Trust and confidence built with consumers over the years have been the greatest achievements in our business”, and he added that “the latest line of Bakewell products too will surely become a trusted brand among the professional bakers and allow them to fulfill their dreams”.

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