Who owns Nonni’s biscotti?

Wind PointWind PointWind PointWind Point Partners is an American private equity firm focused on growth capital investments and leveraged buyouts in middle-market companies. The firm focuses on the following industry sectors: Consumer Products, Industrial Products, and Business Services.

Where are Nonni’s biscotti made?

All Nonni’s products are made in North America (USA & Canada).

How long does Nonni’s biscotti last?

These are perfect for dessert or snack. The best before date on the bag is about eight months from the date I purchased the crackers. The bag is resealable which I totally appreciate because it keeps the biscotti fresh longer.

Who makes Nonni’s?

Wind Point

Wind Point acquired Nonni’s in February 2011. Our value creation plan for Nonni’s includes launching related products under the Nonni’s brand name, introducing new varieties of biscotti, and expanding distribution.

Can you freeze Nonni’s biscotti?

A: Although we have not tested this, many of our customers have told us they freeze them and they hold up well for a month or so.

Should biscotti be refrigerated?

Should You Refrigerate Biscotti? There is no need to refrigerate your biscotti. They’ll hold up perfectly fine on your kitchen counter or stored in a cabinet. Biscotti might even pick up food odors in your fridge, especially if they’re not in an air-tight container.

What cookies stay fresh the longest?

Dry cookies, like shortbread cookies, gingersnaps, and Danish butter cookies, will stay fresher for longer because they have very little moisture.

What is the best way to store biscotti?

Store biscotti in an airtight container, preferably a tin, which helps keep them crisp. Place parchment paper or waxed paper between layers of cookies to protect the icing. Stored properly, these biscotti will last up to 2 weeks.

Are biscotti French or Italian?

The word biscotti is derived from the Latin biscoctus, meaning twice baked or cooked: The dough is formed into logs, baked, cooled and baked again. Whereas Italians use the word “biscotti” to refer to various cookies, Americans use the term to refer to the singular long, crisp, twice-baked Italian cookie.

Where is DiBella biscotti made?

Dibella Baking Company, Inc. is a manufacturer of Italian Biscotti Cookies. Located in Oceanside, CA, DiBella employs 40 full time personnel in our 25,000 Sq. Ft. manufacturing Facility.

Where are thin addictives made?

The acquisition was completed on Jan. 17, 2012, and includes the THINaddictives® brand and the company’s state-of-the-art baking facility in Ville St-Laurent, Quebec.

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