Ingredients: durum wheat flour, malted cereals, rye flour, extra virgin olive oil (8%), yeast, salt.
It can contain traces of soy, sesame, nuts and milk.
Grissino is a typical Piedmont chopsticks. According to tradition, grissino was born in 1679, when Antonio Brunero, a baker in Lanzoi prepared that, when directed by a doctor in the court for Viktor Amadee II, who couldn't digest the bread. Napoleon Bonaparte was also a great lover, so much that he had established a courier service between Torino and Paris, whose primary task was to transport grissini, which he called les petits bâtons de Turin.