In Italy there are over 300 different types of fresh Italian bread, almost 4 for each province you might visit. They are all incredible and to taste them you will have to visit them all! In the meantime, however, you could taste the many products that are part of the Italian tradition and accompany our meals: breadsticks, piadina wraps, pizza bases, carasau bread and many others.
Arrotolabile Flatbread – Piadina for wraps€6.60
Bibanesi Small breadsticks
Carasau Bread “Carta da Musica” Qui Sardegna€9.90
Piadapizza – pizza base flatbread€6.60
Sardinian Carasau Bread Qui Sardegna€11.80
Sfogliatissima – Classic Piadina bread with Lard€6.60
Taralli bread Multipack Bag – 400 gr (10 x 40)€6.50
News & Recipes
Grissini Bread History
Grissini are actually bread sticks and nowdays it’s easy to find them everywhere but many years ago a doctor used them in order to make Turin’s duke gain his health and strength back.
Fisherman-style Piadina recipe
Taste the Loriana Sfogliatissima piadina (flat Italian bread) with prawns, avocado, vegetables, parsley, and lemon: in few minutes and incredible snack! Ingredients 1 Piadina Sfogliatissima 4 prawns 1 slice of yellow pepper 1 slice of red pepper 1 small tomato Half...
Carasau bread history
Its history starts all the way back to before 1000 BC. The women prepared it for their men who were working as shepherds in the fields. The bread was made in such a way it wouldn’t lose its flavor and texture and was able to be stored for a long period of time.