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liz Jun 15th, 2001 07:44 AM

Baci anyone?
 
Hi, I've also posted this question on the conversation piece this week abut have had no luck thus far. Has anyone toured the Baci chocolate factory near Perugia? Was trying to provide my kids with a willy wonka type experience before hitting Assisi. If so, do they run in August? Cannot seem to find any Web-site info anywhere yet. Thanks in advance for your help!

pam Jun 15th, 2001 11:22 AM

from http://www.baciperugina.com/ <BR> <BR>Perugina. The passion of Italy. <BR> <BR>Founded over 90 years ago in the beautiful and ancient Umbrian hills of Italy, Perugina has satisfied discerning chocolate and confection lovers all over the world. <BR> <BR>Perugina has perfected the art of chocolate - from our famous "Baci" kiss, a mouth-watering hazelnut surrounded by milk chocolate and chopped hazelnuts, all wrapped in a dark, rich, chocolate coating, to our spectacular seasonal collections for Christmas, Easter and Valentines. <BR> <BR>Also, discover our chocolate bars, hard candy, cookies, biscotti and coffee. All made with the same perfectionism and passion that has come to be known as Perugina. <BR> <BR> <BR>For further information please contact: <BR> <BR>[email protected] <BR> <BR> <BR> <BR> <BR>

liz Jun 15th, 2001 06:18 PM

Thanks Pam, you are a better detective than me!

rlk Jun 16th, 2001 03:45 PM

I NEED A BACI FIX !!! <BR> <BR>It's been 1 month since I returned from Italy. The three bags that I bought at duty free on my way back are ALL GONE! <BR> <BR>I have to hunt to find them for sale in Dallas, Texas. And usually, it's in a small box (about 10 pieces). Does anyone know of a website that sells the larger size bags? I've just e-mailed the webmaster @ Perugina site --- but if anyone else can direct me to where I could find them, I'd be very appreciative. <BR> <BR>

Jo Jun 18th, 2001 05:52 AM

rlk, <BR>try a price club/costco if you have one near you. They usually have the big boxes especially during any kind of holiday. <BR> <BR>Also do a search of Italian specialty stores in your area I can almost guarantee that they will carry them <BR>


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