Southtyrolean Crispy Bread Grissini 125 gr. - Fritz & Felix
Fritz & Felix is a producer of handmade Schüttelbrot based in South Tyrol, Italy. The company was founded in 1960 by Johann Reichhalter and taken over in 1997 by his son Erwin Reichhalter, who combined a passion for traditional craftsmanship with his interest in innovative flavours.
Fritz & Felix's Schüttelbrot is made according to a traditional recipe that has been passed down in South Tyrol for generations. Each loaf is made by hand and baked on stone slabs to ensure it is crisp and aromatic. Fritz & Felix uses only high-quality, natural ingredients, including flour, water, salt and spices such as fennel and coriander. The company also offers innovative flavours such as Schüttelbrot with walnuts and Schüttelbrot with dried tomatoes and olives.
Schüttelbrot Fritz & Felix is not only a traditional South Tyrolean product, but also a versatile snack that suits various occasions and occasions. Whether as a side dish to a cheese platter, as a nibble for in between meals or as an ingredient for creative dishes - Schüttelbrot Fritz & Felix offers countless possibilities.
With their handmade Schüttelbrot and their love of traditional craftsmanship, Fritz & Felix has become one of the best-known producers of Schüttelbrot in South Tyrol. The company prides itself on preserving the local artisan tradition while offering innovative flavours that surprise and delight the palate.
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Because sesame contains among others unsaturated fatty acids, proteins, dietary minerals, E and B vitamins, it makes our Schüttelbrot very easily digestible. The careful addition of local spices rounds off this unmistakable culinary experience.
With its unmistakable, delicious flavour, the evergreen rosemary simultaneously aids the lipid metabolism, combats tiredness, and increases your blood pressure. Do your body a favour with the original rosemary-flavoured Schüttelbrot Fritz & Felix - 100% natural crunching fun.
For the gourmets among us, the delicious wild boar ham is recommended. The meat of the wild boar is not comparable to that of the domestic pig. It is aromatic and dark red in colour. Furthermore, the meat is leaner and firmer than that of the domestic pig.