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Sunday, August 11, 2013

Gartien Pineapple Cakes Mid Autumn Festival Limited Edition Packaging Launch!

I have been an avid fan of Gartien Pineapple Cakes and have previously blog about it and for this coming Mid Autumn Festival, Gartien has collaborated with Penang based artist Ms Li Jynn to create a limited edition packaging for this delectable Pineapple Cake.
The original artwork was created by Ms Li Jynn for civet cat awareness and it was based upon during the night of Mid Autumn Festival, the civet cats are planning a feast of Freedom! Thus it is hope that Gartien will be able to bring everyone a great feast this coming Mid Autumn Festival and celebrated with joys, with Gartien. This is why, with Gartien, you get a little piece of Penang to bring home too!
The limited edition packaging was launched at Kafe Goh Kaki and it was a cheery atmosphere with a bunch of great MC's, happening spokes person and of course the creators of Gartien and also the artist herself! Guests were invited of course to try out the Pineapple Cakes and of course the highlight was the unique packaging. I understand that there is probably about only less than 2000 boxes of this available thus hurry to grab one box today at Gartien's showroom at 68 Lorong Macalister! To avoid disappointment, do call +604-2290068 to make your reservations.

 Check out the very unique packaging! Its a great gift for Mid Autumn Festival

The Goh Kaki Cafe where the launching was held

 The care and attention to prepare and pack the biscuits
 Getting ready for the launch
 The happening MC's!
 And of course like I mentioned, the spokesperson
 Ms Li Jynn the artist!
 The unveiling

 There was a light lunch served too
 The chef and the artist!
 All the yummy boxes

 And of course the lovely ladies hosting the event
 A close look of the artwork
 And finally Ms Li Jynn posing with her art piece


  1. This looks interesting. I'll like to have one of that. One thing I love about traveling is food. Thanks for sharing

  2. is this a traditional food?