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Fabbri Mini Strawberries in Syrup
  • Code: FRCJ139-Parent
    Code: FRCJ139-Parent

    Fabbri Mini Strawberries in Syrup

    Fabbri - 21.42 oz

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    From Italy

    These Italian mini strawberries have been preserved in a rich, high quality syrup from a traditional family recipe. Wild strawberries are smaller and have a more intense flavor than regular strawberries, with more sweetness and acidity as well. The sensory experience of these sweet strawberries and aromatic syrup is addicting, allowing them both to be used for many different applications. The strawberries are fantastic with ice cream, yogurts, cakes, fruit salads, or milkshakes, and they also taste great eaten right from the jar.

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    Fabbri

    Fabbri was born from the union between Gennaro Fabbri and his wife Rachele Buriani, who would develop the first ever Amarena Fabbri syrup. To celebrate her creation, Gennaro Fabbri gave his wife a beautiful jar created by Faenza ceramist Riccardo Gatti. Together, with Rachel’s recipe and Gennaro’s business acumen, the couple turned Amarena Fabbri syrup into a distinctive form of innovation and creativity, a fruit with its distinctive red hues. Together these features, a dessert, a fruit, and a distinctive white and blue jar, have all combined to become a symbol of Fabbri in Italy and over 100 countries around the world since the company’s founding in 1905.

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    Brand:Fabbri
    Code: FRCJ139
    Origin: Italy
    Each Weight: 2.25 pounds
    Pack Size: 1 Each
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    Fabbri

    Fabbri was born from the union between Gennaro Fabbri and his wife Rachele Buriani, who would develop the first ever Amarena Fabbri syrup. To celebrate her creation, Gennaro Fabbri gave his wife a beautiful jar created by Faenza ceramist Riccardo Gatti. Together, with Rachel’s recipe and Gennaro’s business acumen, the couple turned Amarena Fabbri syrup into a distinctive form of innovation and creativity, a fruit with its distinctive red hues. Together these features, a dessert, a fruit, and a distinctive white and blue jar, have all combined to become a symbol of Fabbri in Italy and over 100 countries around the world since the company’s founding in 1905.

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