SPAGHETTI GRAGNANO PASTA
Politiche per la sicurezza (modificale con il modulo Rassicurazioni cliente)
Politiche per le spedizioni (modificale con il Modulo rassicurazioni cliente)
Politiche per i resi merce (modificale con il Modulo rassicurazioni cliente)
Spaghetti born in Naples, Antonio Viviani in 1842 and was to call them, because they looked like small pieces of string.
Originally they were 50 cm long well, then over time, for reasons of space, were cut up to the current length of 25 cm. Today Spaghetti are everywhere synonymous of Italy: nobody can resist their sinuous and elegant form, and the charm of roll them around the fork.
In 2010 Gragnano pasta got the brand of Protected Geographical Indication (IGP) , the first Community recognition of quality awarded in Italy. To achieve this goal - a tribute to the wisdom of many pasta masters who for centuries have invested in quality.
The ingredients of Gragnano pasta . According to the provisions of the Official Gazette no. 198 of 25 August 2010, which governs the protected geographical indication , the " Gragnano pasta " is the product obtained from mixing of durum wheat with pure water from the aquifer of Monti Lattari , with a particular aroma of grain ripe fruity flavor and a distinctive , strong flavor . Gragnano pasta is characterized by a wrinkled appearance , typical of bronze drawing , and cooking shows is firm and elastic , with excellent and long-lasting .
The Gragnano pasta ancient tradition still today , in the world of advanced technology , traditional methods of production used in Gragnano always been recognized as the "city of the dough ." The small pasta factory Gentile continues his mission : to provide a high quality product using the finest semolina and drying at low temperature.
Size: 500 gr