Colombo 1933

As good as bread. Since 1933.

This family bakery, active for three generations, now has 14 points of sale characterized by different gastronomic specialties and able to satisfy an eclectic clientele.
Loaves and loaves, tarts and panettone come out of the always hot oven … but it is the “pizza del Colombo” that makes everyone agree.

Giovanni Colombo, in love with his work, after taking over the bakery of the cooperative of Venegono in 1933, decides to open his first store in via Don Minzoni in Busto Arsizio, giving life to an activity destined to become a symbol in city, loved and known for generations up to the present day.
After years spent in the shop with his father, Ermenegildo took over the family business in 1974.
Like his father, he strongly loves experimenting, getting his hands dirty, sensing the need to expand the range of products, and he is responsible for the inimitable “Pizza del Colombo”. With the third generation, represented by Giovanni and Matteo entering into business in the mid-nineties, the small artisan workshop on the lower floor of via Don Minzoni gives way to a single large production center in via Sacro Monte in Busto Arsizio. The expansion continues, with the opening of fourteen stores in Busto, Gallarate and neighboring towns, where history and future meet in the present in a new concept of a ‘modern’ bakery.
The ancient art of making bread has been handed down from father to son, with constant research made of tradition and experimentation, always in step with the times, to give customers genuine and tasty products to be enjoyed on the road.

Via Don Minzoni, 2 – Busto Arsizio (Va)

+39 0331 632620