Vegan Torroncini with Almonds 200g by D. Barbero

£10.00
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Hand-picked almonds from the Italian countryside, and Italy’s finest millefiori honey collected from the rolling hills of Tuscany. The two are combined by hand with a few more secret ingredients and carefully cut into bite-sized pieces and individually wrapped, to create Barbero’s famous torrone recipe. The perfect gift, and vegan too. Serve with coffee to impress, or simply enjoy on the go.

Ingredients & Nutrition

ALMONDS (45%), inverted sugar, sugar, glucose syrup, rice protein, wafer (potato starch, water, olive oil), natural vanilla from Madagascar, corn starch.


For allergens see ingredients in BOLD.




Typical Nutritional Values per 100g: Energy 2197kJ/526kcal, Fat 30g, Of which Saturates 3.0g, Carbohydrate 56g, Of which Sugars 53g, Fibre 3g, Protein 6.5g, Salt 0.23g

More Details

Contains: Almonds 


May Contain: Traces of other nuts 


Net Quantity: 200g e


Suitable for vegetarians and vegans


Product of Italy 


Storage Instructions: Keep in a cool and dry place. 


Supplier Address: Barbero Davide srl V.Brofferio 84 14100 Asti (AT)-Italy




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I love the taste and the texture of these vegan torroncini, and really can't tell they're vegan. However.... I really think you need to review the packaging on this product. Every single one of these tiny sweets is wrapped in plastic. The world is drowning in plastic and we really don't need any more of it. You could cover the sides in a thin wafer, like so many of the non-vegan varieties do, or even just leave them as they are. I would recommend them, but only if you sort out the packaging.

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