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Cuor di Mela (250g) - Mulino Bianco

£2.49

Delicious apple biscuits by Mulino Bianco. They contain a filling of jam and small, soft pieces of apple; simply irresistible! It can be enjoyed any time of the day but is especially very tasty with a cup of tea and a bit of honey.

Granturchese Biscuits (400g) - Colussi

£2.95

One of the most popular breakfast cookies in Italy. Great taste, light texture. Its simple sweetness makes it perfect to dunk in your milk. It is completely free from palm oil and is 70% lower in saturated fats than the average Italian biscuits.

Tarallucci (400g) - Mulino Bianco

£2.99

A classic Italian biscuits like grandma used to make. These fragrant pastries are light and delicious, making them an ideal way to start your day. Perfect for breakfast and ideal to dip into your morning milk, tea, or coffee.

Baci di Dama white biscuits (150g) - Di Forti

£2.99

Baci di Dama means \'Lady\'s kisses\' in Italian as these biscuits are sandwiched together with a delicous dark chocolate filling making them appear as they were \'kissing\' each other. They are an ideal gift for your loved one, perfect for any romantic occasions.

Pavesini (200g) - Pavesi

£3.05

Light sweet Italian biscuit which melt into your mouth. They have no added fat and this makes them a great snack for anyone who wants a quick low calorie snack.

You can even use them as an ingredient for your homemade Tiramisu!

Almond Cantucci IGP (250g) - Masini

£4.49

When it comes to the absolute best Italian snacks, none will leave your mouth watering quite like Cantuccini Alla Mandorla - a crisp almond biscotti straight from Italy. 

These Tuscan biscuits are well-known and appreciated all over the world. Delicate and crisp, they\'re made using a traditional recipe of just a few ingredients including toasted almonds flavoured with natural vanilla. Ideal to enjoy at the end of a meal accompanied by a classic Tuscan Vin Santo or a good dessert wine. Also excellent with a cup of coffee or cappuccino or a refreshing cup of ice-cream.

Fresh Honey Rye Bread "Skotzkr" (~800g)

£4.65

Fresh hand-made bread made with rye flour (45%) and some drops of honey. The flowery and sweet taste of honey combined with the nutritional properties of rye makes this loaf particularly healthy and nourishing, with a sweet and nutty tang. Perfect for any meal at home, especially delicious with fish and meat.

Aragostine with Hazelnut Chocolate Cream (150g) - Di Forti

£2.99

Handmade Italian specialty. A flaky pastry in the shape of a lobster tail, filled with hazelnut chocolate cream and dusted with sweet icing sugar.

This "sfogliatella", sometimes called lobster tail in English, is a classic Italian pastry native to Campania, in Southern Italy. Sfogliatella means small, thin leaf/layer, as the pastry\'s texture resembles stacked leaves. Enjoy this delicacy with a cup of coffee or tea at the end of your lunch or dinner.

Sliced Bread for Bruschetta (400g) - Gecchele

£2.99

Sliced bread ready to be toasted and dressed for your perfect Italian Bruschetta!

Toast the bread and drizzle it with chopped tomatoes and a hint of garlic, and sprinkle it with a bit of oregano; add some extra-virgin olive oil on top and enjoy it! This bread is ideal for your Aperitivo with a delicious charcuterie and cheese board.

Piadina Mediterranea (300g) - Morato

£2.49

The unmistakable flavour of genuine ingredients of Mediterranean traditions make the Piadine Mediterranee the perfect base to experience the many different combinations in the kitchen. Suitable for vegetarians.

Each pack contains 4 piadinas.

Piadina is a traditional Italian flat bread typically from Emilia-Romagna. It\'s recognised as the most famous street food from this region. Regarding the preparation, they are usually served with cheese, ham and salad or tomatoes, but you can create the combination you prefer! Also you can roll it or just close it like an "half moon". Best served hot.

Abbracci (350g) - Mulino Bianco

£2.90

\'Abbracci\' is the Italian word for \'hugs\'. These very popular Italian biscuits were born from the union of an exquisite and delicate short pastry with cream, made of only fresh Italian milk, with the unmistakable cocoa goodness.