For food companies, making sure that customers enjoy their products through the years and through generations is the mandate – so they can continue to provide quality products that everyone enjoys. A well-known Filipino bakeshop, Cindys, is not an exception to this.
Cindys has the heart to relentlessly serve Filipinos high quality and affordable pastries and always be part of their great memories. The bakery is more determined to maintain the high quality it is known for by using only the best ingredients, employing the best techniques from the first step, down to the last step of the baking and packing process. Cindys’ Tarlac Commissary follows Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) Standards. Good Manufacturing Practices help ensure the proper design, monitoring, and control of manufacturing processes and facilities, while securing the identity, strength, and quality of their products. The commissary’s loaf production line is also HACCP certified (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point).
Every Filipino family consists of different generations, and Cindys ensures their wide range of breads, pastries, and cakes is preferred by taste buds of every generation.
In the mood for sweets? Younger generations will surely enjoy Cindys’ various baked treats such as their Snap and Roll – a collection of 5 different flavors of cake rolls in one pack (Vanilla, Chocolate, Mocha, Ube and Pandan) – and Pan de Coco, a Cindys traditional bread that has always been a favorite. Parents who have loved Cindys since the 1980s will love their classics like Cheese & Ube Ensaymada, and Taisan. Indeed, these classics will bring them back to simpler times.
Celebrations are more fun with Cindys wide range of Cakes, like Choco Cream Cake, Dulce Cake, Creamy Butter Cake, Yema Cake, and Choco Celebration Cake.
There’s also a whole line of Cindys Pinoy Favorites that are baked fresh daily for the everyday small and simple snacking moments, like early morning breakfast or even for merienda or a quick midnight snack. Enjoy Cindys freshly baked pandesal, loaf breads, cluster ube loaf and Pan de Espana, with your family, friends and even just by yourself.
Through the years, Cindys continues to innovate and keep up with the ever-changing times yet remains true to its heritage of providing baked products that will satisfy every Filipino’s taste bud, regardless of generation.
Cindys has more than 65 branches across Luzon, which provinces include Tarlac, Ilocos, Pangasinan, Bataan, Bulacan, and Isabela.