Panettone Sugar Grains

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A rather special sugar, large pearlised strands (between 5.3-5.5mm). The density of the sugar stops it from melting during baking. This is the sugar that you see on commercial Italian panettone cakes.

Use: perfect for panettone, colomba, wherever large sugar strands are needed.

Ingredients: white sugar

Packed in an environment where sesame seeds, nuts and gluten are handled.

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