Brazilian bakery Edgars will open in Brazil, with plans to open in June 2018.
The chain of Brazilian-owned bakeries, including Best Bakery, is the first bakery in the country to open up in the Americas.
It will be located in Rio de Janeiro, the capital of Brazil.
The Brazilian capital has a long history of bakeries and bakeries are the mainstay of Brazilian food.
Best Bakary, a bakery with a focus on pastries, will be a new addition to the country’s food scene.
“This is our opportunity to build a bakery in Rio.
It’s the first time a bakery has opened up in Brazil in this way, and it’s a very exciting time for Brazil in terms of food culture and food and people,” said founder and CEO Edgar Pessoa.
“It will be like a first step in our journey to opening a bakery here in Brazil.”
Best Bakeries website Edgar’s, in Brazil’s capital, has been around since the late 1970s and has had a long-standing relationship with Brazilian people.
The owner has been active in Brazilian politics and has a business relationship with former Brazilian President Fernando Henrique Cardoso.
The bakery is owned by the Brazilian Chamber of Commerce.
The company plans to sell its bread products to local and international customers.
Best bakeries has a range of baked goods, including pastries and baked goods with fruit, vegetables, meats, dairy products, dairy drinks, cereals, and coffee.
It also has a bakery that sells organic baked goods and pastries.