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Cantuccini

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They have a traditional elongated shape, obtained by cutting / diagonally of the strand of dough after cooking. The Cantucci has a golden upper surface with an internal structure characterized by a high presence of whole-shelled (but not peeled) almonds. The length can vary but it is normally contained within 10 centimeters. The name derives from “canto”, that is corner, or from “cantellus”, in Latin pieces or slices of bread.

Biscuit slices, made of flour, sugar, and egg white. You can’t find anything more natural than this Italian biscuits.

Today Grondona has taken an antique recipe and enriched it with all the care of traditional craftsmanship using only the most carefully selected raw materials.

Pure butter, almonds from Puglia, and the knowledge of those who have been making biscuits for more than a hundred years.

 

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Weight 110 g
Dimensions 19 × 4.5 × 9 cm

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Weight 110 g
Dimensions 19 × 4.5 × 9 cm

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They have a traditional elongated shape, obtained by cutting / diagonally of the strand of dough after cooking. The Cantucci has a golden upper surface with an internal structure characterized by a high presence of whole-shelled (but not peeled) almonds. The length can vary but it is normally contained within 10 centimeters. The name derives from “canto”, that is corner, or from “cantellus”, in Latin pieces or slices of bread.

Biscuit slices, made of flour, sugar, and egg white. You can’t find anything more natural than this Italian biscuits.

Today Grondona has taken an antique recipe and enriched it with all the care of traditional craftsmanship using only the most carefully selected raw materials.

Pure butter, almonds from Puglia, and the knowledge of those who have been making biscuits for more than a hundred years.