Bauli launched its newest seasonal cakes, mini Panettone and Pandoro, available at retailers nationwide, including: Fairway, Target, Whole Foods and Walgreens.

Bauli has been part of Italian family traditions since 1922 as a brand that offers high-quality Panettone, Pandoro, specialty cakes, and croissants for both holidays and year-round pastry lovers.

Bauli brings authenticity and tradition to family and friends gathered around the dinner (or dessert) table, with sales in over 70 countries on five continents. Bauli's core holiday products include Il Panettone di Milano, the traditional and most famous Italian Christmas bread, loaded with candied citron, lemon zest and raisins and Il Pandoro di Verona, Pan d'Oro or Golden Bread, a traditional Christmas bread from Verona that's baked in a special star-shape mold, sprinkled with confectioners' sugar and made with real eggs, which gives it the beautiful golden color.

This holiday season, Bauli's introduction of the miniature versions of the iconic Panettone and Pandoro offer consumers a modern twist on holiday classics. Capitalizing on the Mini trend that has been embraced by both the snack industry and consumers alike, the one-of-a-kind Mini Panettone and Mini Pandoro are produced in exactly the same authentic fashion as its larger products, and with all of the same natural ingredients.

"We at Bauli are thrilled to celebrate another holiday season with our customers, and are excited to be able to share the new Mini Panettone and Pandoro as part of the celebrations," shared Luca Nava, General Manager of Bauli USA Inc.

With respect for traditions and ancient recipes, Bauli products, including the new mini products, are oven baked and made with no preservatives, no artificial colors or flavors and no genetically modified ingredients and are Kosher certified. Each confectionary treat is naturally leavened, a process which removes the need to use chemical additives and preservatives and guarantees a long life to confectionaries, and left to rise in the same way bread has been made for over 5,000 years.