Mariñeiras cookies, the usual bread of ships since the fifteenth century.

In the Hall of Denominations of Origin and Delicatessen Vigo 2006, which will be held between October 16 and 18, the Galician company Daveiga will present one of the most striking products of the event: Mariñeiras cookies, the usual bread of ships since the fifteenth century. They are manufactured entirely by hand with wheat flour from the country, butter, salt, malt and soy lecithin in Chantada (Lugo) if any type of additive or preservative, or any transgenic product, in a strong commitment of the company very committed to health.

The great particularity of these cookies is that due to the method of production they can last for months keeping all their properties, even a month, once opened and used as if it were any normal bread, especially for canapés, or as sweet, thus replacing the Not so healthy industrial bakery. Therefore, it is especially recommended for children, elderly people or people with stomach problems.