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Reference: 0119 - TEM
Kellogg's Special K Protein 23% coconut, cocoa and cashew 4 X 28g (112g)
Reference: ALE - G425
Brand: Acetaia Leonardi
Ingredients: Vacuum cooked must from Trebbiano grapes. Description: It is produced using white grape Must, acetified and aged in oak barrels to get its typical amber colour.Bottle to: 0,5 liters.
Reference: 0024 - KARA
Brand: Imker Taschler Edi
The acacia trees begin to bloom in early May and provide the first important honey production in the bee year. The acacia honey stays liquid for a long time thanks to its high fructose content. It has a very delicate fruity aroma and is therefore ideal as a sugar substitute.
Reference: 0115 - TEM
KAMUT® khorasan wheat is an ancient relative of durum wheat and was probably first cultivated in ancient Egypt. Today the KAMUT® khorasan cereal comes from controlled organic cultivation and thanks to its extraordinary qualities - particularly suitable for the preparation of baked goods - it enjoys ever-increasing popularity. With its mild flavor, KAMUT®...
Reference: 0003 - KARA
Brand: Acetaia Leonardi
This oil is suitable for: raw, cooked or grilled vegetables, potatoes, dips, sauces and gravies, soups, pasta, rice, roasted or grilled meats, fish, cheeses, cold cuts, pizza, bruschetta. Olive oil can be used both raw and for cooking.
Reference: 0005 - ALTRO
100% Arabica single origin coffee from Ethiopia, from organic farming. Cultivated using a garden system.
Reference: 0016 - TRENK
Brand: Trenker Bakery
Soft wheat breadsticks with olive oilTaste: crunchy, of olive oilShape: elongated, diameter approx. 2 cm, length approx. 25 cm
Spaghetti n.12 - De Cecco - 500g
Cooking 12 minutes / Al dente 10 minutes
Historically, there is an official trace of the name "spaghetto" in the first dictionary of the Italian language by Nicolò Tommaseo and Bernardo Bellini (1819). Here spaghetto is included as "singular masculine diminutive of spago" and it is mentioned as "Minestra di Spaghetti: which are pasta of the thickness of a small spago and long, like sopracapellini". A curiosity: in 1957 the BBC broadcasted the first documentary about the production of spaghetti and the day after the TV studios were flooded with phone calls from viewers asking for the name of producers and distributors of spaghetti in order to buy them. Spaghetti are so versatile that they can be served with any kind of condiment, from fish to meat, from vegetables to cheese, but they are also excellent if eaten plain with just extra virgin olive oil and a sprinkling of Parmesan cheese. Available in 500g package.
Ingredients: Durum wheat semolina
Allergens: may contain traces of soy
Storage: away from heat and sunlight and avoid humid environments
Reference: WRD - 000170
Reference: WRD - 074230