Swiss pastry chef school offers free pastry delivery to students
Posted March 05, 2019 08:23:56The French-speaking students in the School of Food and Beverage at the University of Paris, located on the Champs-Elysees, are getting a break.
The Swiss pastry school is offering to deliver up to six-pounds of food to students at a cost of $7.50 a pop.
They can also get a free pastry scraper to scrape up as many pastry scraps as they like.
They also offer a discount on their meals to students from families who want to eat out more.
For more than 25 years, the School has been offering free delivery of fresh produce to students.
Its a tradition that has gained popularity since the 1960s.
But, since 2015, the school, located at the Château des Amis, has also been offering to offer a free delivery service.
The new offer comes with a few new perks for students: the students can choose the location of their meal and pick the delivery method.
The school said it was also happy to be working with other French-language food schools in the city to offer free delivery.
They will also be able to choose from their menu of meals, including the traditional French ones, and have the choice of choosing between soups, salads, desserts, sandwiches, and even a fish and chips option.
The service is free and students will be able try their pastry recipes in person.
The school is located at an area with high numbers of restaurants, cafes, and diners.
The first deliveries will be on Thursday and students can start receiving their free food on Friday.