Fiesta Of Flavours; a food and beverage fair held recently in Lagos was spearheaded by First Bank Of Nigeria. It was one of the foremost Nigerian bank’s many efforts in reaffirming its commitment to the development of the wellbeing of Nigerians through its support for the development of the agricultural value chain in our nation and beyond. 


FirstBank
believes that food is an essential part of cultural heritage and the venture into
supporting and sustaining the food industry is one of the many ways the Bank is
preserving the cultural heritage of its business communities all over the
world.
The
quintessential event which was a partnership between the financial institution
and Eventful; a renowned event management company kicked off on Friday 4th December,
2015 at the Harbour Point in  Victoria Island and ended on Sunday 6th
December, 2015. 

It showcased the best in local and
international cuisine, cutting edge food technology and cooking techniques, as
well as the best beverages, wines and spirits the world has to offer.
Featured
exhibitors were leading food & beverage manufacturers, Bakery &
Confectionery, Ready-to-serve Products, Sauces and Seasonings, Snacks and
Tidbits, Canned Food, Chilled and Frozen Food, Noodles, Ice-Cream, Desserts,
Drinks and Juices, Instant Beverages, Coffee and Tea, Restaurants and Caterers,
to mention a few

One of the major highlight of the three-day event was the live demonstration
kitchen where practical tips and ideas were presented by the best chefs in the
business. Guests had a field day keeping up to date with the latest dishes, flavours
and trends as well as trying newly launched delicacies from participating exhibitors.
There were management and training
seminars, competitions, kids cooking activities and many more.

FirstBank is also furthering the
entertainment value of food, widely enjoyed by youth and families, by
sponsoring events that bring provide opportunities to enjoy food as a united
community.  

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