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Berger - Engadin Nut Cake 'Nusstörtli' (74 G)

Berger - Engadin Nut Cake 'Nusstörtli' (74 G)

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Berger - Engadin Nut Cake "Nusstörtli"

Pack, 74 G
SKU: 1147.1.6.3
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    Berger - Engadin Nut Cake "Nusstörtli"

    A traditional pastry speciality from the canton of Grisons, stuffed with tasty walnuts embedded in fine caramel. A touch of honey gives the pastry its exquisite finish.

    The unique Swiss specialty from the Engadin in the Grisons in a perfect snack size, and combines an uncompromising selection of the best natural ingredients. Finest honey from local production gives the filling of the nut cake its distinctive aromatic taste. The intense and nutty flavour is provided by high quality walnuts.

    The Engadin or Engadine is a long high Alpine valley region in the eastern Swiss Alps in the canton of Graubünden in southeasternmost Switzerland, home to countless mountains and Alpine lakes as well as the well known resort of St. Moritz.

    Graubünden's distinctive trademark - The 'Engadin Nut Cake'. One of the most well known exports from the canton of Graubünden (Grisons), if we don’t count the ibex and Heidi, is without a shadow of doubt, the Engadin Nut Cake. The confectioners from Graubünden have enjoyed reputable renown around the world for many decades.

    In the 19th century, scores of families from Graubünden had to emigrate. At that time there were also many confectioners among them. They were already particularly well known. They emigrated to Sicily, Venice, even St. Petersburg. Once established there, they reached a well-deserved cult status thanks to their artistic flair for creating sweet temptations.<br><br>A few years ago, a journey of discovery began to find out who the true inventors of the 'Engadin Nut Cake' were. Does the 'Engadin Nut Cake' actually come from Graubünden or did it in fact originate in Alsace? That is old news! Because now we are no longer asking where it came from, instead we are asking who makes the best 'Engadin Nut Cake' in the world.

    For more than 100 years, the name Berger has stood for fine enjoyment from the Swiss bakery. The uncompromising focus on quality as well as the likeable and independent appearance of the brand makes Berger the Swiss expert in the field of sweet small baked goods.

    The Berger small baked goods offer quality recipes without additives, without palm oil, less sugar, but wholesome ingredients for healthier moments of pleasure without a guilty conscience. Innovative and tasty products for ‘love at first bite’!

    Nutrition Information (per 100g)

    Energy:                    448 kcal
    Total fat:                         21 g
    - Saturated fat:             12 g
    - Trans fat:                      0 g
    Protein:                         5.7 g
    Carbohydrates:            57 g
    - Sugars:                       26 g
    Sodium:                        0.3 g

    wheat flour, sugar, glucose syrup, vegetable oils non hydrogenated (coconut, rapeseed), walnuts, butterfat fractionated, condensed milk, eggs, honey, salt, vanillin, preservative (potassium sorbate).

    Allergen information: Product contains gluten, milk, eggs, honey and walnuts

    Storage: Store in a dry and cool (16 - 18°C) place

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    Canton of Manufacture Bern
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