Venice, amidst common pastries and noble recipes. Venice and its lagoon have been recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. It is an enchanting city between land and sea, a bridge between East and West, where common pastries have been prepared for centuries, along with noble recipes for the most demanding tables. Genuine flavors have been shared in the privacy of homes or savored in the cafes of St. Mark’s square: renowned pastry products such as focacce, veneziane, frìtole and zaléti. This wealth of historical recipes - some aristocratic and some popular - is now successfully offered by the dynamic production reality of the Veneto region, of which Loison is a top leader.