Petit Beurre Biscuits by LU 7 oz Best Price
Petit Beurre Biscuit is a kind of shortbread from Nantes, that is best known in France. These famous biscuits were invented by Louis Lefèvre-Utile in 1886, and quickly became a success worldwide. The surface of the biscuit is smooth and has twenty-four indents intermixed with the inscription "LU PETIT-BEURRE NANTES" in three lines. The characters of the writing are intended to be a reminder of the writing books that the grandmother of one of the creators of Le Petit Beurre would read. The biscuit is watered with milk before baking to get a "homemade" look!
- Facts 7 oz. 200g. Product of France.
- Ingredients Wheat flour 73.4%, sugar, butter (from milk) 13.6%, powdered skim milk 1.3%, salt, raising agent: ammonium carbonate, sodium carbonate, citric acid as acidity corrector, flavoring. May contain eggs, sesame. Allergens: wheat, milk.