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Passion for the art of confectionery

Typical specialties and ancient recipes reworked and personalized

Passion for the art of confectionery
Nemo brand Dolciaria Marche

Since 1980

He decided to aim for the realization of high quality products, starting from an accurate selection of raw materials, made with artisan methods, according to the best tradition while using state-of-the-art production processes.

Dolciaria Marche is today a successful reality with all the strength of a solid experience behind them, always in contact with nature and its aromas, with the secrets that turn them into throat cravings for the most demanding palates.

Believe in the capacity that the culinary specialty can rise to a real means of communication and in the confectionery offer as a genuine mine of ideas and sins of the protagonist of every moment of our day.

On the one hand the search for taste, on the other, a productive and commercial flexibility implemented for example, in not requiring minimum order and in the widest choice in terms of packaging and packaging.

Nemo - in a name all the freedom of taste

Typical specialties and ancient recipes revised and personalized, intended for specialized shops, wine bars, small retailers, which, both near the holidays and in the summer, can propose these delicacies for unforgettable occasions and traditional dates.

Thanks to the certifications

We succeed in meeting the needs of a national and international clientele, committing ourselves to providing safe, quality and valuable products in compliance with food safety regulations and respecting environmental and ethical prerogatives.

Jesi City of Federico II, of G.B. Pergolesi and Verdicchio.

The walled wall, perfectly preserved, was built on the previous Roman layout between the 13th and 14th centuries. Equipped with doors, square, polygonal and cylindrical towers and crowned cortinals from Beccatelli, was expanded by the great military architect Baccio Pontelli in the fifteenth century.

Not to be missed in the early May the historical re-enactment of the Palio di San Floriano, on the occasion of which the city dives into the Middle Ages and in the afternoon of the Palio itself, with the announcement of the auctioneer area, gives rise to a very rich calendar of appointments with history.

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