Bibanesi Rosemary bread sticks are the result of a wise union between a precise selection of ingredients and a working process of bread which recalls the best artisan tradition and excludes any preservatives.
The delicious ROSEMARY “i Bibanesi” are made with simple but tasty ingredients and with a process which respects the authentic home-made tradition.
Stretched gently by hand after a long leavening of more than 18 hours and enhanced by top quality extra virgin olive oil, the “i Bibanesi” are a nutritious, tasty and balanced snack.
With their delicate flavor, enhanced by a light touch of rosemary, the “i Bibanesi” are an excellent and tempting snack for any time of the day.
Extra virgin olive oil (11.8%)
Malt extract (barley, wheat)
Malted cereals flour (barley, wheat)
Dried rosemary powder (0.2%)
May contain traces of sesame seeds, soy an
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