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Piekarnia opłatków wigilijnych


Nasza piekarnia funkcjonuje na rynku od 1937 roku. Prowadzona jest przez dwa kolejne pokolenia rodziny Szczerbińskich.

Opłatki bożonarodzeniowe produkujemy zgodnie z Prawem Kanonicznym i zawsze przestrzegamy wypróbowanej, tradycyjnej receptury dbając o jakość składników oraz ich odpowiednie proporcje.

Możemy poszczycić się wieloletnim doświadczeniem, nowoczesnymi maszynami, warunkami produkcji zgodnymi z wymogami i normami oraz zespołem profesjonalnych pracowników.

Wypiekanie opłatków wigilijnych w matrycach pięknie grawerowanych zapewnia im wyjątkowe i oryginalne wzory ornamentu.

Nasze opłatki mają wielu odbiorców nie tylko w kraju, ale i za granicą. Klientom imponuje nie tylko jakość produktu, ale również bardzo konkurencyjne ceny.

Location
street Biskupice 40
42-436 Biskupice
Pilica
Kraków-Częstochowa Jura
General Information
: other
: Polish
Contact data
: (0-32) 67 35 144
: +48 600 816 777
: robsonsz@tlen.pl
: http://oplatki-biskupice.pl/
Availability
: whole year

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