The Pan'e Sapa was considered in Sardinian culture as a poor sweet, typically produced for holidays, especially in the period between October and November when the harvest ends. It's composed of a paste of sapa (syrup obtained from the cooked honey) and dry fruits as raisin, walnut and sweet almonds.
Raisins (Sultana grape, cottonseed oil is not hydrogenated), Water, Soft wheat flour type "00", Almonds, Walnuts, Semolina of Hard Wheat, Sapa 3% (Honey, Flavours), Savory (coriander seeds, cinnamon, caraway seeds, cloves, nutmeg, star anise), Flavours.
It may contain traces of milk products and derivatives, eggs and, sulfur dioxide.
|PACKAGE TYPE||WEIGHT||N° per BOX|
|plastic box||300 Gr||6 per box|