Confetti refers to sugar-coated Jordan almonds. These tasty, colorful treats are transformed (using silk, plastic, colored paper, wire, and other accessories) into flowers, blossoms, exotic

fruits, and many other imaginative arrangements. Confetti are a common sight at weddings and christenings, where they are given to guests in elaborate bags festooned with ribbons.
The town of Sulmona, Italy’s confectionary capital since the Renaissance, is known for producing Confetti.

See also:
"Confetti" is in the UNSPSC Code "60121115"
  Paper or plastic Confetti

List of books: Confetti

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