Pidy is a Belgian family innovating food business active in the world of ready to fill pastry products. World leader in dry puff pastry, we are also competitive in short crust, fonçage dough, choux pastry and sponge cakes.
Three production units in Belgium, France and the USA. Commercial business units in Benelux, France, UK, Germany, USA and Export markets offer the perfect day to day service and market support to our customers in more than 50 countries world wide.
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Pidy a world leading family owned pastry manufacturer are very proud to launch their latest ready to fill Flower of Peace commemorative canapés.
Pidy have been creating a wide variety of ready to fill pastry for over sixty three years and their latest launch not only commemorates the First World War but will also support a war charity as well.
The brightly coloured flower shaped canapé range comes in neutral beetroot flavour canapé cup which can be filled with a sweet or savoury filling. The Flower of Peace canapé has a distinctively bright red beetroot colour and is made with a light Pâté à Foncer dough and the cups will be available to the European foodservice market.
The canapés are extremely versatile the lighter pastry and their neutral taste ensure that they can be used for a variety of occasions and functions. Having launched a number of canapé cups that have been made with the same lighter dough such as the Veggie cup, Fruity cup and Spicy cup we believe that the Flower of Peace canapé cup will be very popular within the foodservice sector.
The shape of the canapé is based on the well-known ‘Remembrance Poppy', the first flower to grow in the churned-up earth of soldiers' graves in West-Flanders. The use of the Poppy was inspired by the poem ‘In Flanders Field' written by the Canadian poet John McCrae. It eventually became the symbol of the ‘Great War'.
The Pidy Flower of Peace canapés can be filled with a number of delicious savoury fillings such as meats, cheese, pate, and seafood, roasted vegetables to sweet fillings such as fruits, cream and chocolate. The ready to fill canapés can also be served warm or cold, the possibilities really are endless.
During the Innovation Challenge at the Casual Dining Show Pidy UK pitched the Spicy Cups as the most innovative product of 2014. The Casual Dining Innovation Challenge is designed to promote and to celebrate new ideas in the market. The jury approved the Spicy Cups and gave Pidy a place in the final round. The panel included Karen Jameson, acting head of food at Nando's; Jo Haslam, director at TLC Inns; and Simon Stenning, foodservice strategy director at Allegra.