Conchiglioni Pasta from Gragnano PGI, bronze-drawn - 500g
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Conchiglioni Pasta from Gragnano PGI, bronze-drawn - 500g Pastificio dei Campi
Pasta is undoubtedly the most popular Italian dish across the world and also the most copied one. ‘Pastificio dei Campi’ is a company producing PGI pasta from Gragnano according to traditional artisan production methods: for instance, they only use the best quality durum-wheat semolina grown in revitalised wheat fields in Apulia. Pasta is then extruded through bronze dies and left to dry according to PGI specifications. Respecting traditions and using only first-class raw materials is the key to producing pasta with an extraordinary flavour and consistency. You will taste the difference straight away.
The town of Gragnano in the region of Campania has been the main hub of pasta production since the 16th century, thanks to its mild and slightly humid climate. That’s where the company ‘Pastificio dei Campi’ is located; they produce a fully traceable and transparent pasta, entirely manufactured in Italy from selected ancient wheat varieties without adding any chemical pesticides or fertilisers. What’s more, the pasta is packaged in cardboard cases made from recyclable materials, as evidence that this company deeply cares for the environment and local territory.
This pasta shape looks like big shells stranded on a deserted beach. This Gragnano pasta conchiglioni shape can hold meat, vegetable and cheese sauces, as well as other creative fillings, and is ideal for pasta bake recipes.
NB: All given information about products on sale complies with the manufacturer's information.
- PGI - PDO - Slow Food
- Product for Vegetarians
- Product for Vegans
- Non perishable
- Lactose free
Average nutrition information per 100g
Energy 358 kcal - 1518 kJ
of which saturates 0.2g
of which sugars 0.6g
Durum-wheat semolina and water
Cereals containing gluten