Tradition and Progress: the combination that characterizes the Rivoltini Sweet Food. The name Rivoltini is historically linked to nougat, a typical Cremonese dessert that represents the main product of the company. It was in the 1930s that Ersilio, together with his sons Guido and Attilio, decided to try his hand at the production of almond and honey desserts, which had already been the star of the Christmas festivities in many Italian houses. This is how the Rivoltini nougat was born in Vescovato, a village not far from Cremona. The prerequisites for the success of the initiative are all there: the original recipe of 1441, the typical steam boiler for cooking the dough, and a remarkable resourcefulness. The results are not long in coming: in the years '40 many inhabitants of Bishopric, especially among women, work in the production of nougat Rivoltini that, in a decade, overcomes the provincial boundaries gaining notoriety throughout Italy. the nougat Rivoltini today in this way retains the typical taste appreciated for the first time by Cremona in the fifteenth century to the wedding of Bianca Maria Visconti and Francesco Sforza.