Cantuccini with Almonds 200g by Nannini

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These traditional cantuccini biscuits are made in Tuscany with only a few simple ingredients - flour, eggs, milk, butter and whole Italian almonds. Relax at the end of a meal with a couple of these crunchy biscuits and a glass of sweet Vin Santo for dunking. 

The Nannini family tradition of baking stretches back over nine decades, and so they really are true masters of their craft. They’re based in breathtakingly beautiful Siena, in Tuscany. Next time you’re there, do visit one of their famous coffee shops and enjoy all their renowned specialities.

Ingredients & Nutrition

WHEAT flour, sugar, ALMONDS (20%), fresh EGGSBUTTER, whole MILK, honey, fresh EGG yolks, salt, raising agents: (ammonium bicarbonate, disodium diphosphate, sodium hydrogen carbonate), natural flavouring.

For allergens see ingredients in BOLD.

Typical Nutritional Values per 100g: Energy 1922kJ/457kcal, Fat 16.3g, Of which Saturates 3.4g, Carbohydrate 64.5g, Of which Sugars 37.02g, Fibre 2.2g, Protein 10.9g, Salt 0.55g

More Details

Contains: Wheat, almonds, eggs and milk. 

Manufactured in an establishment that also uses peanuts, soya, sesame and other nuts.  

Suitable for vegetarians.  

Net Quantity: 200g е

Storage Instructions: Store in a cool and dry place. 


Supplier Address: Dolci Nannini Siena Srl – Strada Massetana Romana, 44-53100 Siena


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Great biscuits

These were a free gift with my order. They are a great crisp biscuit that partners coffee beautifully. I'll add some to my next order (unless they're free again, of course)

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