Among the cookie shapes that over the years have made their way more and more preponderant to become “classics” we have “zoology”, that is, the assortment of various shapes reproducing the profile of animals. Obviously, the first users of these products are children since animals are the primary playmates for kids. So maximum attention to the ingredients, for a healthy product. We recall incidentally how the biscuit is perhaps the first solid food for children. Another point to consider is the profile. Those of greatest attraction are undoubtedly the biscuits whose edge faithfully reproduces the profile of the animal to be represented (perhaps in 3D): from a dog, to a cat, to a horse, to a tiger … Sometimes the base of the biscuit is accompanied by a cartouche with the inscription of the name of the animal. This is a way to feed, learn and have fun. Errebi Technology always ranks in a prominent position in the study of this type of project: materials and design are the key words. Materials: always non-toxic, certified to be in contact with food, which guarantee durability and release of the product. Design: we must keep in mind the type of process (soft or hard), the type of packaging (in bulk, with bags that therefore provide vertical jumps and risk of breaking the product), but not only. If there are major risks of breakage, we study shapes providing a round or a square background on which to engrave our pet deign. Without forgetting the role of the docker pins that allow you to keep a relatively flat product, highlighting only the details that characterize the animal (such as eyes, mouth, legs, etc.). And again, the lay out configuration on the mould is just as important to ensure even cooking of such an irregular product and to try to make the most of the useful width of the oven. And if it is a hard biscuit, the “puzzled” lay out of the different shapes on the mould is also essential to minimize the recovery of scraps. These are just some of the issues that are carefully developed by Errebi Technology with its long experience in the field. I’d like to close this post with a question: but can animal-shaped biscuits still be defined “vegan”, regardless of whether or not they contain milk, eggs, meat or butter, or is this characteristic missing since they represent animals???