Savoiardi Biscuits 110g by Di Ciaccio

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Savoiardi Biscuits 110g by Di Ciaccio
Savoiardi Biscuits 110g by Di Ciaccio
Savoiardi Biscuits 110g by Di Ciaccio
Savoiardi Biscuits 110g by Di Ciaccio
Savoiardi Biscuits 110g by Di Ciaccio

Savoiardi Biscuits 110g by Di Ciaccio

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Savoiardi biscuits have a long and royal history – being named the ‘official’ biscuit of the court of Savoy in the 1400s. The Di Ciaccio family haven’t been making them for quite that long, but with over 100 years of experience, they’re about as close as anyone can be. Made with fresh eggs, sugar, and a pinch of starch, they create a light and fragrant biscuit. Perfect enjoyed with coffee, fresh ice-cream or dunked into a syllabub.

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Savoiardi Biscuits 110g by Di Ciaccio
  • ingredients
  • Fresh EGGS (47%), powdered sugar (sugar, corn starch), potato starch, sugar, lemon juice, salt, vanilla natural aroma.


    For allergens see ingredients in BOLD.

  • nutrition
  • Typical Nutritional Values per 100g: Energy 1508kJ/360kcal, Fat 0.8g, Of which Saturates 0.1g, Carbohydrate 92.5g, Of which Sugars 56.8g, Fibre 0.1g, Protein 1.8g, Salt 0.18g

  • details
  • Contains: Eggs


    May Contain: Almonds, hazelnuts, wheat flour, milk, peanuts and soy


    Net Quantity: 110g e


    Storage Instructions: Product free from preservatives. Keep in a cool and dry place


    Italian handcrafted product


    Supplier Address: Di Ciaccio s.a.s. Via Appia km 136.500-04024 Gaeta (LT)-Italy




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Savoiardi Biscuits 110g by Di Ciaccio

A real treat with wine or coffee

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