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Antica Dolceria Bonajuto

Sicily fishing jellies, 100 grams

Regular price €5.90 EUR
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Product description:

Jellies produced with Sicilian fishing.


Leonforte peaches, sugar, pectin, citric acid

Net weight (grams) 100

Storage mode Store in a cool, dry place
Can contain traces of gluten, nuts and milk

Medium nutritional values ​​calculated for 100g of product
Energy value (KJ.) 857
Energy value (kcal.) 202
Fats (gr.) 0.0
Of which saturated fatty acids (gr.) 0.0
Carbohydrates (gr.) 50.0
Of which sugars (gr.) 50.0
Protein (gr.) 0.0
Salt (gr.) 0.010

L'Antica Dolceria Bonajuto For six generations and for more than 150 years he has been handcrafted and traded sweets, towers and chocolate of the Modica and Sicilian tradition, mostly Arab or Spanish origin.

In 2008 it was included by the Eurispes between the 100 Excellence of Italy.
In the eastern corner of Sicily, in the splendid and baroque Modica, the ritual of chocolate preparation worked at low temperature with the "bitter pasta", is handed down from generation to generation.
It was the Spaniards to bring Modica the "Xocolàtl", a product that the inhabitants of Mexico derived from the shredded cocoa seeds on a stone called "metate", so as to raise the cocoa butter and get a grainy pasta.
Modicans applyed this processing from the Spaniards, without ever going over time to the industrial phase.