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Bonfante & Ortalda di Ortalda Italo & c. - s.n.c. (Chivasso)
Founded in 1922, this confectioner specialises in the production of pastries and sweets. Specialities include the Nocciolini, one of Chivasso’s typical products.
Confetteria Barbero di Torta Giancarlo (Cherasco)
Confetteria Barbero is included among the “Historic premises of Italy”. Its shop windows overlook the central porticos of Cherasco (Cn). Inside, the shop appears as a typical Piedmont confectionery shop of the Liberty era.
Guido Gobino S.r.l. (Torino)
One of the most important brand names in the chocolate sector, Guido Gobino favours research into typical Torino products, including Giandujotto chocolate, spreadable Gianduja paste and Chocolate with Hazelnut.
Al Vecchio Fornaio Pasticcere di Baroni e Pavesi Giordano s.n.c. (Mergozzo)
Established in 1957, the Baroni family bakery represents a reference point for lovers of typical confectionery.
Beretta Mauro (Cassinelle)
Mauro Beretta has a pastry shop offering various flavours (aniseed, lemon, orange). Among the specialities the “anicini”, “ciocchini”, “limoncini” and “arancini” (aniseed, chocolate, lemon and orange) biscuits made with high quality raw materials are worthy of mention.
Bisco di Baldi Silvano & c. s.n.c. (Costigliole d'Asti)
Bisco is a small artisan confectionery company located in Costigliole d’Asti, in the heart of Monferrato. The quality, authenticity and freshness of the ingredients form the basis of the company’s production.
Bon Gust di Riccardo Tesio & c. s.n.c. (Ruffia)
Located in the province of Cuneo, the Bon Confectioner’s offers over 300 products, including Savoiardo Antica Ricetta (old-recipe lady fingers), Biscotto Novarino Granella, Anicini di Nonna Maria (aniseed biscuits), Bacio di Dama and Amaretto biscuits.
Cabalà Paola (Domodossola)
Grandazzi Confectioner’s specialises in the creation of chocolate objects. In Paola Cabalà’s artisan laboratory only the very finest chocolate is employed.
Cascina Barroero di Stefano Barroero & c. s.n.c. Siglabile Barroero s.n.c. (Cortemilia)
The farm specialises in the production of typical cakes and desserts from the Langhe. The hazelnuts are grown on the farm itself and are the main ingredient of Cascina Barroero’s desserts.
Coggiola Fratelli di Sandra Coggiola, Paolo Mosca & C. - S.a.s. (Biella)
The confectionery company was founded in 1928 by Remo and Riccardo Coggiola. It is currently managed by Stefano Mosca, nephew of the founders. Among the specialities offered, stand out products from Biella’s confectionery tradition, such as canestrelli biscuits.