The Italian Town That Always Smells Like Panettone • Discoverology

The Italian Town That Always Smells Like Panettone

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Since 1922, Pinerolo has been home to Galup, a bakery-factory that specializes in northern Italian enriched breads, an operation that defines this small town—from its aroma to its employment options. The town always smells like panettone.

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