The product

Gallette di Mais Marano Borgoluce

Crackers made with Marano corn
Country of origin:
Italy - Veneto
120 g
Minimum order:
1 box
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Raw material Crackers made with Marano corn cultivated in Tenuta Borgoluce
Appearance Yellow coloured crackers with a crumbly texture
Taste Intense, reminds the flavour of polenta
Our selection We have choosen these crackers becuse they are produced with Marano corn, a variety that had been used in the past for a very long time to cook polenta until it was replaced by more productive new ibrid variety
Suggestions Delicious instead of toasted bread with honey or marmelades, or to prepare an original crostino or bruschetta
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Ingredients Mais Marano, sale
Other allergens Cereals containing gluten and thereof, Mustard and products thereof, Nuts and products thereof, Soybeans and products thereof
Weight 120 g
Packaging Packed in plastic bag
Storage Conditions (packaged products) Keep in cool dry place
Nutrition Declaration Energy: 1632 kJ / 387 kcal
Fat: 5,64 g
of which saturates: 0,93 g
Carbohydrate: 69,07 g
of which sugars: 1,44 g
Protein: 10,81 g
Salt: 0,63 g
Typical value per 100 g
The producer

Tenuta Borgoluce - Susegana (TV) - Veneto

Why we chose them
Eco-sustainability is a word with many meanings: attention, care, respect for natural resources. At Borgoluce, eco-sustainability is perceived as an asset. Borgoluce is an estate with 1,220 acres, held by Collalto family since the XII century. An intact environment made of pastures, woodlands, farms, arable fields, vineyards, orchards, canals, mills, dairies. In past, this variety enabled the family to produce everything necessary for daily life inside the estate. Today, this tradition remains: it is called biodiversity. Environmental responsibility pervades every activity and is expressed in the use of renewable sources for the production of agro-energy. The energy comes from the by-products of woodlands, animal farms and plantations. Wood is burned by a biomass boiler, while a biodigester transforms animal dung and cereal silage into biogas, which produces the electric energy used in the farm and the thermal energy that heats the buffalo sheds. The love for this land pushed Giuliana, Ninni and Caterina Collalto with her mother Trinidad and the husband of Caterina, Ludovico Giustiniani, to work to increase the value of this land, a unique heritage in Veneto.
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