SPAGHETTI GRAGNANO PASTA
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Spaghetti born in Naples , Antonio Viviani in 1842 and was to call them , because they looked like small pieces of string .
Originally they were 50cm long , then over time , for reasons of space , were cut up to the current length of 25 cm . Today, they are everywhere synonymous with Italian Spaghetti : nobody can resist their sinuous and elegant, and the charm of roll them around the fork
Here packaged for you with a special design, designed to limit emissions of CO2.
The package ensures the pasta to "breathe" , preventing the formation of condensation .
Each box is filled by hand, by people who bring passion and commitment and that you can see on the box.
Pasta 100 % made in Italy , made exclusively with Italian durum wheat and water , produced and packed in Italy .
Gragnano is a magical place for pasta. A place naturally suitable for the production of this delicacy . Each element of this city is ideal for the production of pasta . Gragnano pasta over the centuries has thus become a real celebrity . Let's find out why.
This town is spread over different elevation levels , starting from 350 to almost 600 meters , on a plateau overlooking the sea, in the south -east summit of the Gulf of Naples , at the foot of Monti Lattari.
In this area , after noon , the warm air of the mainland salt and leaves room for the heavier and fresh Gulf of Naples , which brings with it the humidity of the sea , while at night the sea takes toward moisture , giving Gragnano a mild and balanced throughout the year and allowing to dry dough in a gradual manner , thanks to a perfect exchange , not only heat , but also the flavors and fragrances .
Water is the element that determines the flavor accomplice unique, recognizable at first bite , Gragnano pasta . The water used in the dough is a little limestone that flows from the springs of Monte Faito and that gives our pasta unmistakable characteristics .
In this magical city tradition of dry pasta has been handed down from father to son , making it famous in the world starting from 800 .
For these features, the Gragnano pasta has been awarded the Protected Geographical Indication (IGP) . Gragnano pasta so is the first in Italy to which has been given the seal of quality in the European Community.
Size: 500 gr