Pasticceria Venezia - Vegan Panettones Multiple Options

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Quick Description

The Pasticceria Venezia Vegan Panettone is a delicious sweet bread that can be eaten for breakfast or as a snack with coffee, cream or hot cocoa. 

Key Information

  • Vegan panettone with raisins
  • Natural ingredients
  • Traditional and renowned recipe
  • Perfect holiday gift
  • Beautiful packaging

Product Overview

Thought you couldn’t get vegan panettone? Think again. The star of the show: Pasticceria Venezia Vegan Panettone. It’s a traditional panettone made from natural yeast, with raisins and candied citron.

This Italian sweet bread is fragrant and rich in flavour. The packaging is elegant and beautiful. Simple slice, toast (or chuck in the oven for a brief moment) and slather with your favourite vegan butter.

The Pasticceria Venezia is based in Treviso. It has many products that are created by bakers who have learned its craft for years. The Panettone and Pandoros created at this bakery are inspired by tradition. 

One notable feature of the Pasticceria Venezia is the sourdough usage which is leavened naturally. The ingredients are carefully chosen so that all of the products are soft and full of divine flavour. 


Wheat Flour, Sultanas, Sugar, Sunflower Oil, Sourdough, Candied Orange Peels (Orange Peels, Glucose-Fructose Syrup, Sugar, Acidity Regulator; Citric Acid), Emulsifiers; Mono And Diglycerides Of Fatty Acids, Sunflower Lecithin; Shea Butter; Invert Sugar Syrup, Pea Flour, Salt, Malted Wheat Flour, Natural Flavours Of Citrus And Vanilla Beans.

Allergens: Gluten, Wheat

Frequently Asked Questions

What is panettone?

Panettone is a traditional Italian sweet bread that originates from Milan and is usually enjoyed for Christmas and New Year. However, it can be eaten all year round either toasted or as is.