In 1679, the doctor at the Italian royal court asked the official baker to create a small, thin breadstick enabling the ill Duke to eat something. This is how the Grissini, which is still very popular today, was invented: the small breadstick which quickly became a big success. Many famous people like Napoleon or the King or Sardinia, Kal Felix, always took them with them as a snack when they went to the theatre.
Just as famous as pasta and pizza, Grissini are the perfect garnish for cheese and ham or just as a snack for in between.
Granforno Grissini are made with high-quality ingredients, without artificial flavours or flavour enhancers.
Besides the traditional neutral Grissini, Granforno has also developed a number of tasty varieties. All types of Grissini are produced only with olive oil.
An air-tight packing ensures that the aromatic flavours of the different tastes are preserved until consumption.