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Sicilian Shopper: A Masterpiece of Art and Tradition

Sicilian Shopper: A Masterpiece of Art and Tradition

This exceptional shopper, handcrafted by a talented Sicilian artist, is much more than a mere accessory; it's a living tribute to Sicily, the cradle of culture, traditions, and timeless beauty.

Every inch of this shopper is a masterpiece of artisanal detail. The artist skillfully captured iconic figures of Sicily, from the imposing Mount Etna dominating the horizon to the typical Sicilian carts adorned with splendid traditional motifs.

The Sicilian shopper is the perfect gift for anyone who loves Sicily or for those eager to discover the beauty of this unique land. It's an extraordinary gesture that showcases attention to detail and a deep love for Sicilian art and tradition.

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Naturally leavened soft dough baked confectionery product without raisins.

Zuccaratu 's doves are handcrafted and packaged fresh, without preservatives.

Store in a cool, dry place, away from light and heat sources. After opening, place in the original, tightly closed bag.


Gluten, butter, egg, milk, pistachio, emulsifier (E471), flavourings, salt - May contain traces of mustard, soy, peanuts and other nuts.


The Sicilian Pistachio has the shape of elongated seeds, the size of an olive. The color of the fruit is ruby ​​red externally and emerald green internally. The flavor is strongly aromatic. The pistachio plant was introduced into Sicily by the Arabs during their domination. Longevity and the ability to resist adverse environmental conditions have allowed the pistachio to establish itself permanently in poorly cultivable volcanic soils (Etna), so much so that over time it has become the most important tree crop. Around the pistachio, the local population has developed its own traditions and wealth. The pistachio produces one year and rests one year; during the rest year, the few buds that have grown are eliminated so that the plant can store all the energy to explode in the following season. Nicknamed the "green gold" of Sicily, Pistachio owes its peculiarity to the numerous nutritional properties, such as: vitamin A, phosphorus, iron and phenolic substances, all elements that promote the strengthening of the body's defenses and well-being. Sicilian green gold is traditionally used by our pastry chefs as an ingredient for ice creams, pastries, creams and cakes.

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