HISTORY OF THE CROISSANT (ROGAL)
The history of baking croissants dates back to pagan times. In accordance with the then-existing tradition, in the autumn, the gods were offered the sacrifices of oxen or oxen horn-shaped pastries. Later, the Church has taken over this tradition and linked it to the figure of Saint Martin. The shape of the dough was interpreted as a reference to the horseshoe lost by the holy horse.
In Poznań, the tradition of baking St Martin's Croissants (Rogal Świętomarciński) came to be known in November 1891, when the parson priest of the St Martin’s Parish, Jan Lewicki, called on the faithful to do something for the poor, following the example of the patron saint. The confectioner Józef Melzer persuaded his superior to revive the old tradition as a response to the parson's call. He baked three trays of croissants and brought them to the church. Over the subsequent years, he was joined by other confectioners, and the wealthier inhabitants of Poznań bought the delicacy, while the poor were given it for free. This tradition was adopted by the Association of Confectioners in 1901. After the First World War, Franciszek Rączyński restored the baking heritage, while Zygmunt Wasiński helped preserve the tradition after the Second World War. The tradition of baking St Martin's Croissants on 11 November has been continued in Poznań right down to the present day. On this day, the inhabitants of Poznań consume several hundred tons of this delicacy.
The Liczbańscy Bakery and Patisserie has been baking St Martin's Croissants from the establishment of their operations, dating back to 1934. We bake croissants according to the traditional recipe, using only the best ingredients. High production standards have helped us reach top positions in St Martin’s Croissant Rankings on numerous occasions. In 2011 our croissant was ranked number one by Gazeta Wyborcza ranking.
Ingredients: WHEAT flour, sugar, margarine [vegetable oils and fats (palm, rapeseed, coconut, partially hydrogenated palm), water, emulsifiers: E471 and lecithins, acidity regulator: citric acid, dye: carotenes], white poppy seeds, fondant (sugar, syrup glucose, water), MILK, EGG mass, WALNUTS, raisins, PEANUTS, candied orange peel (orange peel, sugar, acidity regulator: citric acid, aroma), yeast, aromas, salt.
Allergens: gluten, eggs, peanuts, milk, walnuts.
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- Piekarnia-Cukiernia Liczbańscy Spółka Jawna with registered office in Poznań (Poland), ul. 28 Czerwca 1956 r. no. 173, NIP (Tax Id) 7831451476, REGON (National Business Registry) 631061102, entered into the register of entrepreneurs under KRS (National Court Register) number 0000108471, maintained by the District Court Poznań – Nowe Miasto and Wilda in Poznań, 8th Commercial Division of the National Court Register, sells St Martin's Croissants online on the territory of Poland. The business activity was registered by the company’s partners.
- The subject matter of the contract is a one-time service involving the transfer of the ownership of St Martin’s Croissants to the customer in exchange for payment. St. Martin's Croissants should be kept refrigerated. The suggested best-before date is 48 hours. Details of the ingredients of St Martin's Croissants, which are the subject matter of the contract, and the appearance of the packaging are provided on the website www.rogaleswietomarcinskie.com, under the “Order” tab.
- The Company has obtained the quality certificate, which confirms the compliance of the agriculture product or foodstuff process with specification no. 1.23/2013/30 issued by the Voivodeship Inspector of Commercial Quality of Agriculture and Food Products and the Commercial Quality Certificate no. 23/2013/30, which allows using the European brand of the regional product issued by the Bakers and Confectioners Guild in Poznań.
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Piekarnia-Cukiernia Liczbańscy Spółka Jawna
28 Czerwca 1956 r. 173
National Court Registry (KRS) 0000108471
Tax ID (NIP) 783 14 51 476
National Business Registry (REGON) 63106110200000