Antonio Vieira de Castro, founder of the company, in the 1930s. A visionary man who is largely responsible for what the Vieira brand has achieved so far.
Mr. Cardoso, who would later marry Mrs. Ana (to his right). Casa Cardoso will eventually give rise to Confeitaria A. Vieira de Castro.
Bulk biscuit sales box in the 1940s. One of the first examples of the brand's artistic advertising, very popular at the time.
Example of a 1950 bulk biscuit sales box. The brand keeps promoting it
The beginning of a tradition that is part of the life of all Portuguese. The delicious Easter almonds, hand prepared by one of the family members.
António Álvaro Vieira de Castro, founder’s son, at the iconic patisserie, in the 1960s.
Antonio Vieira de Castro photographed at the factory, in Rua de St. António, as it was in the 1960s.
One of the brand’s last 1970s bulk biscuit sales box. The unique flavour of the Flower Power culture in a very original interpretation.
Pots to Sugar Coat Almonds. A Vieira tradition that is kept until today.
The modern biscuit die rollers that bring Vieira's unique brand to all corners of the world.
The company's first distribution van, a Fordson model. 2018 event commemorating the 75th Anniversary of Vieira de Castro at Casa da Música in Porto.
Photo of the big Vieira family in 2018, at the 75th anniversary of the brand. An unforgettable moment at Madeira, celebrating a unique date.