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The Bauli Panettone is All-Natural and made with simple ingredients: butter, sugar and eggs, along with sweet raisins and glazed orange peels. It’s baked in its own cylindrical mold for a distinct and festive look. Panettone is great for breakfast. Excellent for gifts. Panettone is made of soft dough filled with currants and large pieces of soft candied fruit.
 
100% Chemical Free | NO Preservatives
 
Ingredients: wheat flour, raisins, pasteurized liquid eggs, candied orange peels (orange peels, glucose-fructose syrup, sugar), sugar, anhydrous butterfat from cow milk, natural yeast, mono- and diglycerides, salt, skimmed milk powder, artificial flavor. Contains: wheat, eggs, milk. May contain: tree nuts (hazelnut, almonds, macadamia nuts, coconut, pistachios) and soy.
 
Product of Italy
Qty available: 80 SKU: 799540021285




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BC
12/31/2021
Barbara C.
United States
I recommend this product

A very tasty treat

So very delicious, you have to be careful not to eat the entire panettone in one sitting.

RB
11/01/2021
Rosemary B.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Bauli Panettone Classico di Milano, 2.2 lbs

Bauli is the best tasting like being in Italy

AK
11/20/2020
Aleksandra K.
United States United States

real taste

Best panettone! Enjoyed with a cup of Lavazza coffee.

RM
11/20/2020
Robert M.
United States United States

Panettone

Very good traditional Christmas Panettone!

MR
11/17/2020
marie R.
United States United States
I recommend this product

They are Christmas Gifts......... But being Italian, and having had Panettone almost all my Life, what else can I say, but delicious, and of course an Italian tradition....