The Gardenia Aroma

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Last January 12 (2012), Nonet joined her classmates and friends in their school’s annual educational trip. Due to budget constrain, mama wasn’t able to join us in the trip. Only Nonet and I were able to come. The itinerary of the day includes visit to Gardenia, The Gourmet Farm and Enchanted Kingdom. We were aboard Milesmine bus and Tito Edward was our coach captain. Ate Ann was our tour guide. :)

We had different ice breakers and mini games inside the bus. Nonet and I actively participated and we got a limited edition bag tag and pin! You bet, those items are not available in any malls around. :P

Our first stop was Gardenia in Binan, Laguna. We’re able to see the plant but were not allowed to take pictures inside the plant. I bet there are surveillance cameras and baby monitors like equipment around the facility. As we know, production field is a company’s top secret. :) I was really amazed on how the baking process has been developed from pounding wheat to manually mixing the ingredients in making bread to an automatic process! Certainly, the end product is untouched by human hands.

I remember Nonet telling me that when we buy bread, it should be Gardenia, so we’ll be assured of its freshness! :) Gardenia was able to win a customer in my daughter. :)

We’re not able to take pictures at Gardenia grounds because of me. I bought some bread from the company’s store. The loaves of bread were placed in paper bag which was torn apart even before we got into the bus. I needed to go back to the store to get another bag.

Nevertheless, we really enjoyed the tour inside Gardenia’s plant. :)

Ciao! :)

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