Baci® Perugina® facts & figures
Curiosity and anecdotes on Baci® Perugina® that you didn't know.
All the Baci®Perugina®’s numbers that remained in the history.
1859 the Italian painter Francesco Hayez created the painting that inspired Federico Seneca, the former art director at Perugina, to design the famous logo that still adorns every box of Baci® Perugina® today.
1922 the iconic Baci®Perugina® were first created by Luisa Spagnoli, who is also the founder of the Luisa Spagnoli brand of clothing.
8th April 1997 passengers on flight AZ610 from Rome to New York boarded a very special aeroplane: Alitalia had painted its 747 jumbo jet like an enormous tube of Baci® Perugina®.
2003 BaciOne made it into the Guinness Book of Records as the world’s largest individual chocolate. It was 2.15 m tall, 7.26 m wide and contained 5980 kg of chocolate.
1,500 Baci® Perugina® are made every minute.
55 countries import Baci® Perugina®.
500 million Baci® Perugina® are sold every year.
10: if you lined up all the Baci® Perugina® ever sold they would circle the Earth 10 times.
18,000 km the love notes used to wrap the Baci® Perugina® would stretch from Perugia to Melbourne.