The history of the Croissant

  • Traced back to the 13th Century 

    • the Austrian Kipferl.

 

  • Modern Croissant created in Paris around 1839.

 

  • The Croissant was named after it’s crescent shape.

 

  • Quickly caught on in popularity, mentioned by Charles Dickens 1872.

 

 

The history of the danish pastry

  • In Denmark a Danish is called  ”Wienerbrød” – Viennese bread.

  • It’s from the same family as the Croissant and other Viennese pastries.

  • Austrian bakers brought the Danish to Denmark during a bakers strike in 1850.

  • In the early 1900s Danish emigrants brought Danish pastries to the USA.

  • Lauritz C. Klitteng made Danish pastry at the wedding of President Woodrow Wilson in 1915.

 

Contact
Lantmännen Unibake International

Sluseholmen 8A
3rd Floor
DK-2450 Copenhagen SV

+45 7628 5000
Contact International Sales

Click here for contact information

© Lantmännen Unibake 2018 | Lantmännen Unibake is a part of Lantmännen | Privacy Policy