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Product Description

The breadsticks are without palm oil, non gmo, high content of edible fibers and of course in a package free of plastic. Cardboard packaging is recyclable. The bag contained contains a cellulose film made of wood pulp, which offers the same transparent appearance and feel as plastic. It is sustainable, biodegradable and made from renewable resources. As ecologically conscious producers we considered it our duty to avoid 100% the plastic in our packaging. Let us take care of our planet in which, let us not forget, we are guests and not owners. Let us take care with our actions to pass on to the next generations a sustainable planet.

Energy: 2344kj / 559kcal - Fats: 21g of which saturated: 11g - Carbohydrates: 76g of which sugars: 10g - F. Fiber: 6.8g - Protein: 13g - Salt: 2.3g

wheat flour *, whole wheat flour * (13.1%), sesame unpeeled * (12.5%), coconut oil * (8%), concentrated grape juice *, coconut sugar *, baking powder * (corn starch * , acidifier: wine vintage, leavening agent: sodium carbonate), Messolonghi salt (1.3%), Ceylon cinnamon *, barley malt syrup * (* organic farming product)
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Product History
Breadsticks are crunchy pastries, usually in the shape of a cane. Prepared in several different ways: plain, with sesame, olives, vegetables, cheese, herbs etc. In any case, it's a delicious and light snack for the office or school and an excellent accompaniment for dips, cheese varieties or cold cuts.
Meet the producer: Joice Foods
Joice Foods
The idea for the creation of Joice Foods was born in 2015 when Dimitris Emmanouilidis collaborated with a fifth-generation bakery friend who wanted to change the profile of his bakery products and develop his exports. After a study of about eight months on products and markets abroad and in collaboration with food technologists and nutritionists, Dimitris Emmanouilidis and Sandy Koutsostamatis, a well-known psychotherapist in Thessaloniki, came to the recipe of success. The company's strategy is to grow only with 100% organic and gluten-free products. Recently, the cereals of the company have grown into Cereously Organic, that is to say 100% organic and suitable for vegans. The same is to be expected for the company's breadsticks.
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The Nymph of Thermaikos, the City of St. Demetrius! Those are two of the names by which Thessaloniki is known and hailed by. Tightly held in the embrace of the Gulf of Thermaikos, Thessaloniki extends from the coast all the way back to the nearby foothills of Hortiatis Mountain. It has the second largest population in Greece and is located in Central Macedonia. Ever since its foundation by Kassandros some 2,300 years ago, Thessaloniki flourished as a Hellenistic city and continued to be prominent under Ottoman rule, taking advantage of its strategic location. A cross-cultural melting pot, Thessaloniki was given its name by Kassandros in 315 BC in honor of the sister of Alexander the Great. Its steady growth began under Roman rule when the Romans built Egnatia Way, an ambitious project, which linked Thessaloniki with Constantinople and Rome. During Byzantine times, Thessaloniki rose to further prominence and acquired the title “Symvasilevousa”, the Co-Reigning City, ruling in tandem with Constantinople. It came under Turkish rule in 1430 and was liberated in 1912.

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Fusion, fragrant, delicious are but a few of the adjectives that could be attributed to the cuisine of Thessaloniki, which proudly boasts a dizzying array of mouthwatering dishes and pastries. Each dish, each pastry is a tribute of taste and flavor to the memory of the people this hospitable city took into its embrace, people from diverse cultures, religions, customs, and traditions. Thessaloniki is where Byzantine cuisine came together with Jewish cuisine, where the Middle Eastern and Turkish culinary traditions wedded local cuisine where all melded together, converting into a single, rich culinary tapestry of creative cooking: the cuisine that established Thessaloniki as the capital of taste or, as the locals call it, “kibar” cuisine, a Turkish word that means “lavishly generous and great-hearted”. No visitor ever feels left out in Thessaloniki. The city scoops you up and sings you songs of natural beauty, of tradition comfortable with the present, of spectacular entertainment and gourmet experiences. Thessaloniki: the city of feeling good and having a good time, a city that never sleeps!

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Organic wholegrain breadsticks with sesame, coconut oil & sea salt, from Thessaloniki «BioBreadly Crispy» "Joice Foods" 120g

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Product code: 010139 Gross Weight 180g
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The new delicious JOICE breadsticks, now available and organic with coconut oil, Messolonghi salt and sesame flavor!
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