Trenker's Strudel are produced in 4 kinds: Poppy strudel, nut strudel, cream cheese strudel and forest fruit strudel. Hand made, with the finest ingredients.
The Trenker Bakery is a traditional company Dobbiaco, a picturesque community in South Tyrol, Italy. Since its founding in 1960, the family business has become one of the best-known bakeries in the region and stands for the highest quality, craftsmanship and innovation.
The Trenker bakery has placed its focus on natural and regional ingredients and attaches great importance to the fact that its products are made without artificial additives and preservatives. To ensure this, all ingredients are carefully selected and controlled. The bakery also uses its own recipes and baking methods that have been passed down generation to generation.
In addition to the classic South Tyrolean bread varieties, such as rye, farmer's and wholemeal bread, the Trenker bakery also offers a variety of cakes, pastries and snacks. A special highlight is the famous "Toblacher Krapfen", a traditional South Tyrolean speciality that was perfected by the Trenker bakery and is now one of the best-known specialities in the region.
The Trenker bakery is not only known for its high-quality baked goods, but also for its commitment to the environment and sustainability. For example, the bakery uses renewable energy sources and relies on environmentally friendly packaging. The topic of social responsibility is also writ large at the Trenker bakery. The company supports local social projects and is committed to training young people in the region.
Overall, the Trenker bakery is an outstanding example of traditional craftsmanship that is constantly evolving and remains innovative. The combination of the highest quality, regionality and sustainability has led to the Trenker Bakery being known and appreciated today not only in Dobbiaco, but throughout South Tyrol and beyond.
Orange bitter marmalade 340 gr. - Buongargano
Lemon marmalade 340 gr. - Buongargano
Craft high-class ham with juniper crust, cooked, lightly smoked with aromatic juniper taste. Very well suitably as an hors-d'oeuvre or main food.
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.