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Carandini Partners With Olivieri 1882 to Launch Seasonal Panettone Variety

Carandini Partners With Olivieri 1882 to Launch Seasonal Panettone Variety


MODENA, ITALY
Wednesday, November 16th, 2022

With consumers’ holiday spirit starting to fill the air, Carandini is pulling out the big guns, announcing its partnership with Veneto, Italy’s family-owned pasticceria Oliveri 1882. Together, the dynamic duo is launching a new seasonal variety: Panettone con Aceto Balsamico di Modena.

The limited-edition offering brings together two Italian culinary traditions to create a rich holiday cake infused with sweet, balsamic cream filling made from Carandini’s signature Emilio Balsamic Vinegar of Modena PGI, a release stated.

Oliveri 1882 is a sixth-generation bakery known for its leavened holiday cakes, especially panettone. Pastry chef Nicola Oliveri uses a 130-year-old family recipe to create the bakery’s panettone with no preservatives and only the finest hand-selected raw ingredients. It takes four days to produce, with two dedicated to natural fermentation that yields a rich yet soft panettone.

Carandini has partnered with Oliveri 1882 to launch its limited-edition holiday Panettone con Aceto Balsamico di Modena

Complementing Oliveri 1882 and its history, Carandini, one of Modena’s oldest families, has been producing hand-crafted balsamic vinegar using traditional methods since 1641. The Emilio Balsamic Vinegar of Modena PGI is a premium, high-density vinegar that contains 60 percent grape must and strikes a delicate balance between sweet and sour. Exuding a mahogany color and rich perfume, the versatile product lends a subtle acidity and fragrant sweetness to Olivieri’s staple panettone recipe.

The limited-edition 2.2 lb Olivieri 1882 for Carandini Panettone with Balsamic Vinegar of Modena PGI will be available for $85 nationwide, shipping via Oliveri 1882’s website.

Will this offering make it to retail shelves soon? Stick with Deli Market News to find out.

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