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Alessi Breadsticks - Garlic - 12 Boxes (4.4 oz ea)

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Alessi Breadsticks - Garlic - 12 Boxes (4.4 oz ea)
Breadsticks - Garlic. Made with Alessi Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Imported. The origin of breadsticks date back to 1679 when a baker named Brunero Antonio, from Turin Italy was faced with the task of developing a bread suitable for the sick child of the king. Through much trial and error, Mr. Antonio developed crisp and delicate fingers of bread that we recognize today as breadsticks. Our imported Alessi Breadsticks are made with the same grissini torinesi (Turin Style) recipe of centuries ago. We use only the highest quality ingredients, including our own Alessi extra virgin olive oil. Enjoy Alessi Breadsticks, either plain, sesame or garlic flavored as an anytime snack. Buon Appetito! Product of Italy.

  • 12 Boxes of 4.4 oz
  • Ingredients: Wheat Flour, Garlic, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Yeast, Salt.
  • Manufacturer: Vigo Importing Company
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Allergen Warning: Contains wheat flour. This product is manufactured on equipment that also processes products containing egg, milk, peanut oil and sesame seeds.

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5.0

Great diet product

By Carl the Car Guy

from Topeka, KS

About Me Health Conscious, Simple Tastes

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Delicious
  • Easy To Pack In Purse
  • Light

Cons

  • No Cons at all

Best Uses

  • Diet
  • Snacking

Comments about Alessi Breadsticks - Garlic - 12 Boxes (4.4 oz ea):

This is used as a snack in the afternoon when the "hungerees" start getting to you.

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