GALUP COLLECTS 25 THOUSAND EUROS FOR CANCER RESEARCH
November 27, 20192 min read
The collection is the result of the sale of panettone, doves and other charity initiatives in 2019. The charitable activity continues: the Christmas panettone will be from 22 to 24 November in Piazza San Carlo in Turin and from 4 December at the Candiolo Institute.
The historic Piedmontese confectionery company Galup has also continued this year with charitable initiatives for the sale of its Panettone and Colombe to raise funds for the Piedmontese Foundation for Cancer Research, chaired by Allegra Agnelli. On Wednesday 12 November, the President of Galup, Giuseppe Bernocco, handed over to Allegra Agnelli the check worth 25,113 Euros, obtained from the charity activities carried out in 2019. Sebastiano Astegiano, Bernocco's internal partner, was also present at the delivery. of TCN Group, the Alba-based company that owns the Galup brand (in the photo, left, Giuseppe Bernocco, Allegra Agnelli and Sebastiano Astegiano).
Galup's activity alongside the Piedmontese Foundation for Cancer Research continues: from 22nd to 24th November Galup panettoni will be on sale for charity in Piazza San Carlo, during the Turin City Marathon, at the Foundation's stand; from 4 December, however, the sales counter will be set up inside the Candiolo Institute. “We are honored and proud – declared Giuseppe Bernocco – to continue our support for the Foundation. Galup will continue to help the virtuous realities of the territory with conviction; Being able to contribute with our products to the development of research against this disease is a source of great satisfaction for us.
We thank Mrs. Agnelli and her entire Foundation for their commendable dedication to the benefit of others.” “We are grateful to Galup for the generous commitment on our behalf – underlined Allegra Agnelli – Initiatives like this are precious because they contribute significantly to the growth of the Candiolo Institute” The Piedmontese Foundation for Cancer Research was created to offer a contribution significant to the defeat of cancer through the creation of an oncology center in Piedmont, the Candiolo Institute, which combines scientific research with clinical practice, making the best human and technological resources available today to cancer patients.
A project made possible by the continuous and generous support of tens of thousands of Piedmontese. Galup is a historic company from Piedmont which in recent years, thanks also to the commitment of President Giuseppe Bernocco, has once again become a point of reference for all admirers of quality confectionery products. The new ownership immediately undertook initiatives to support charities such as the Piedmontese Foundation for Cancer Research.
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Traditional panettone is made with a leavened dough that contains flour, eggs, butter, sugar and natural yeast. The paste is enriched with the addition of raisins and candied fruit, which give the dessert a unique flavor and a pleasant sweetness. Some variations may also include the addition of chocolate or dried fruit.