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From the Neapolitan tradition of suspended coffee, here is the Milanese one of suspended panettone.
Solidarity initiative in collaboration with some pastry shops in Milan in favor of Casa Jannacci and MilanoAiuta.
In the horribilis year of the pandemic, many solidarity initiatives are born. In time of panettone, here is one inspired by the suspended coffee of Naples and which allows you to leave a panettone already paid for for those who have great economic difficulties and would not even be able to afford it.
From 7 to 22 December the second edition of “Panettone suspended” in numerous Milanese pastry shops, to which it is also possible to contribute with donations on the panettonesospeso.org website.
We talked about the best artisan panettone according to our test and judgment, now we want to launch this appeal.
As we read on the site:
Panettone and the unforgettable Enzo Jannacci: two great champions of “Milanese” and we know that the Milanese are generous people, as an old Milanese saying goes: “Milan with the coeur in hand “.
Last year the first edition had involved nine pastry shops, and the initiative was also promoted by the Mayor of Milano Sala on social media.
Beyond personal preferences, here is where you can buy a panettone and leave it as a donation, thus contributing to the collection in favor of:
- Jannacci house, the reception house in Viale Ortles which offers assistance to the homeless, e
- Milan Helps, the solidarity network created by the Municipality of Milan to support citizens and families in difficulty due to the pandemic.
The initiative is promoted by the non-profit association Panettone Sospeso, and for each panettone left suspended, the pastry shops in question add one offered by them.
To the solidarity initiative these pastry shops adhere:
- Alvin’s (via Melchiorre Gioia 141),
- Cake l’Hub – The Sweets of Paradise (via Luigi Mengoni 3),
- Davide Longoni (via Gerolamo Tiraboschi 19, via Fratelli Bronzetti 2 and the Suffrage Market in Piazza Santa Maria del Suffragio),
- Gelsomina (via Carlo Tenca 5 and via Fiamma 2),
- Giacomo (via Pasquale Sottocorno 5),
- Marlà (Corso Lodi 15),
- Martesana (via Cagliero 14, piazza Sant’Agostino 7 and via Paolo Sarpi 62),
- Massimo 1970 (via Ripamonti 5),
- Moriondo (via Marghera 10),
- Cracco (Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II),
- San Gregorio (via San Gregorio 1).
- Sant Ambroeus (Corso Giacomo Matteotti 7)
- Ungaro (via Ronchi 39)
- Vergani (Corso di Porta Romana 51 and via Mercadante 17)