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Il Croccantino
Italiano English

Il Croccantino
di Giacomo Maffioli

Via Busi, 36
25086 - Rezzato (BS)
Tel. e Fax: +39 030 2793741

VAT number 02222930980
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Quality 100% Made in Italy, Il Croccantino



Ingredients of your choice


Ingredients: sugar, toasted chopped peanuts


Ingredients: sugar, hulled sesame seeds

Technical data


Height: 3 cm
Length: 6 cm
Diameter: 3 cm


Pack size Small: 100 pieces
Pack size Big: 300 pieces


Vacuum packed product

Expiry date

12 months from production date

Useful info

  • Store far from heat sources.

• Upon opening the package and removing the required amount, reseal the bag to avoid direct contact with air so that the remaining product stays friable. 

• Once filled, the product can be consumed on the same day, or within three days if stored at positive temperature, with interior chocolate coating.

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Colour options

Added ingredients:water-soluble red food colourant



Colour options

Added ingredients: water-soluble green food colourant



Flavour options

Added ingredients: cocoa powder, flavouring

Gallery Cornettino

The Cornettino draws inspiration from the classic ice cream cone and features a highly versatile, easy to fill shape. The ice cream cone was invented back in 1903 by Italo Marchioni who patented this receptacle, blessed with an unprecedented success: today it is used and renowned all over the world. Giacomo was looking to introduce a simple conical shaped product to his range, with the addition of a base which enables the Cornettino to be also served in patisseries or by catering agencies. The uniqueness and strong point of this product stems from its dual use: as you have just seen, it can be served in patisseries, but its shape is also reminiscent of a typical Japanese dish, "Temaki", do taste it if you have never had a chance to do so. The Tropical Cornettino is most frequently requested by restaurants which have brought oriental cuisine to Italy, in virtue of its similarity to this typical Japanese dish. The Love and Tropical versions are most frequently requested at seaside, for those in search of a touch of colour, as well as for the ice cream decoration and cake design sectors.