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    Whole spelled oswego biscuits g230 Corsini


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    flour of Emmer wholemeal 68%, raw cane sugar 24%, sunflower oil, butter, egg, corn malt, milk skimmed powder, leavening agents: sodium hydrogen carbonate, ammonium carbonate, salt, honey, emulsifier: sunflower lecithin, natural flavors. Biological.



    Oswego spelled biscuits from Forno Corsini they are an organic variant of the classic Oswego biscuits, ideal for rediscovering the pleasure of wholemeal spelled, embellished with raw cane sugar.

    Ideal for a delicious breakfast or for a snack accompanied by a cup of tea or coffee.


    Nutritional values As sold
    for 100 g / 100 ml
    Power 1,757 kj
    (420 kcal)
    Fat 11.5 g
    - Saturated fatty acids 3.6 g
    Carbohydrates 69.2 g
    - Sugars 26.9 g
    Proteins 10 g
    salt 0.7 g
    Sodium 0.28 g



    The history of the Corsini family was born in Casteldelpiano, between the woods and the greenery of Monte Amiata, overlooking the Tuscan Maremma from above. Generous nature, clear people, pleasure of doing things well, respect for the rules, no rush. And in the air the scent of good things. 

    A story of bread and biscuits, of the scents of butter, milk and wheat, which began in 1921 in the old wood-burning oven of Corrado and Solidea Corsini. A story made of passion for good and genuine desserts, respecting ancient rules and a unique family tradition.

    Since then the family art has been handed down from father to son, with time the size of the company changes but the places of production, the company philosophy, the love for quality, the accuracy in the choice of ingredients, the respect for the rules of each processing phase, the magic of that ancient oven and the dedication of the whole family. Values intact, as they once were, to testify to a unique confectionery art, dedicated to those who love the most authentic flavors.