By Euro Weekly News Media • 20 July 2015 • 16:08
EVERY Wednesday until the end of October, Palma will hold the Ruta Llonguetera. More than 40 bakeries and cake shops in the city will take part in order to promote this type of bread amongst locals and tourists.The project has been promoted by the city hall and the local Association of Bakers and Confectioners and was presented by the councillor of Tourism, Commerce and Work, Joana Adrover, the manager of the association, Pep Magraner, and the manager of the Sobrasada Regulation Council, Antonia Torres.The two products, the ‘llonguet’ bread and the typical Mallorca ‘sobrasada’ sausage are being promoted together as a symbol of the island’s identity.The participating premises will offer combinations at €2.50 with a drink included and there will be competitions and tastings carried out until the end of October. Maps have been made and will be available at tourist offices to show which restaurants are taking part.
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