Cannoleria supporting Indigenous charity for NAIDOC Week with its first ever Australian native ingredient cannoli

Cannoleria will be supporting Indigenous charity, the Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency (VACCA), with the release of its Blood Lime Cannoli for NAIDOC Week.

The Cannoleria team was keen to create an Australian native ingredient cannoli for NAIDOC Week and wanted to support a charity that really makes a difference to young people at the same time.

Available in all Cannoleria stores from Friday, 2nd July until Sunday, 4th July (unless sold out prior), $2 from every Blood Lime Cannoli sold will go directly to VACCA. There will also be donation tins in all stores for customers who wish to donate some spare change.

The delicious Blood Lime Cannoli is Cannoleria’s signature crunchy shell filled with blood lime-infused That’s Amore ricotta, garnished with dehydrated blood lime. Priced at $5 for one, or $4 each when three or more are purchased.

The Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency (VACCA) is the leading Indigenous child and family welfare organisation in Victoria, protecting and promoting the rights of Aboriginal children and young people. VACCA is Victoria’s largest Aboriginal community-controlled organisation, supporting children and families across the state.

Dario Di Clerico, co-founder of Cannoleria, said the team were proud to be able to support such a great charity.

“The team at Cannoleria has been talking about creating a native ingredient cannoli for a while and has been trying out different flavours. The blood lime works really well with our ricotta and crispy shell and we know our customers will love it.

“We decided that NAIDOC Week would be the perfect time to have the Blood Lime Cannoli as our Cannoli of the Week, while supporting a charity that makes a difference to the Indigenous community.

“Cannoleria is all about family and the Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency does so much to assist children, young people and their families. We hope our customers not only enjoy the cannoli but help us to raise as much money as possible.”



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