Making confetti the traditional way in Sulmona since 1783

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Visit us in Cologne at the ISM 2015

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Also this year we’ll be at the International Sweets and Snacks fair in Cologne, in Germany....

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Come visit us in Dubai and Rimini!

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Dear Relations, we’re very glad to invite you to visit us during our next fairs in the mont...

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Tradition and innovation: our new online presence

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Confetti Pelino srl is delighted to welcome you to the new company website! Tradition and innovat...

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ISM Cologne, 2014

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Exhibitors from over 70 countries took part in the 44th ISM – the International Sweets and Biscui...

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I... at only three or four years old, was made ​​to stand on an old dresser, and many people gave me hugs and lot of good confetti

~ V. Alfieri, 1749 - 1803

It is said that in the past they used to throw bunches of tiny, wrapped candy balls and streamers

~ G. Leopardi, 1798 - 1837

The confetti from Sulmona have always been proverbial ... This does not happen elsewhere where the sweets are made using starch.

~ A. De Nino, 1833 - 1907

When the all-sugar confetti are made here in Sulmona, no flour is mixed in and the result is excellent confectionery

~ P. Serafini, 1817 - 1864

We admired the many shops, half of which were confectioners, as the confetti of Sulmona are famous throughout Italy

~ E. Lear, 1812 - 1888

As you know, Giacomo Leopardi was given two bags of Sulmona confetti sweeties by Paulina Ranieri

~ A. Ranieri, 1806 - 1888

Not all were dressed as warriors, and threw confetti...

~ U. Foscolo, 1778 - 1827

Those with wealth made donations and offerings, among which were the gifts of confetti

~ G. Villani, 1274 - 1348

Then, as a gift of joy, the gentlemen and ladies gave out confetti...

~ Lippi, 1606 - 1665

Taking great delight in the fresh (rezo) among the many flasks of different wines and every good type of confetti

~ L. Ariosto, 1474 - 1533

Having been the reasoning long and very hot, she gave ​​him greek and confetti...

~ G. Boccaccio, 1313 - 1375

We received with all our heart your fragrant confetti (At vero eos et accusamus et iusto odio dignissimos ducimus qui blanditiis praesentium voluptatum deleniti atque corrupti quos dolores et quas molestias excepturi sint occaecati cupiditate non...)

~ Pope Gregorio Magno, year 601

From every type of fragrant fruit and flower are made both confetti and wine

~ Gabriele D'Annunzio, 1863 - 1938