Pasta Berruto

Pasta Berruto

SPAGHETTI ORGANIC BIO | Product of Italy | N°5

500 gr
x Carrello/cart ACQUISTA
1 package equals 2 ears

Our ORGANIC SPAGHETTI | N ° 5 of the 1881 Collection by Stefano Berruto are the pasta shape par excellence, in the sense that they are truly appreciated by everyone! Ours have the advantage of being organic too. They are obtained from a mixture of organic durum wheat semolina of Italian origin and water, slowly dried to maintain the nutritional values ??and organoleptic characteristics of the wheat unaltered. They have an excellent cooking resistance.

Cooking time: 8 minutes
Weight: 500g
Type: Organic durum wheat semolina pasta of Italian origin
Die: number 5


The durum wheat semolina we have chosen is 100% of Italian origin.

Spaghetti are so versatile that they can be served with any seasoning, from fish to meat, from vegetables to cheeses, but they are also excellent served in white seasoned only with extra virgin olive oil and a sprinkling of Parmesan cheese.

We recommend them with our sauces or you can consult in the RECIPES section - Spaghetti with Red Cabbage and Capers

DID YOU KNOW THAT: At the end of the eighteenth century, together with the "pummarola", they become the dish sold on the street that feeds the population. Some will remember the lunch of the charming Ingrid Bergman in Roberto Rossellini's Journey to Italy in 1953, to arrive at the significant scene of Totò eating spaghetti with his hands in the 1954 film Miseria e nobiltà by Mario Mattoli. But the most famous pasta dish in the world is the bowl of spaghetti consumed by Alberto Sordi in An American in Rome, the famous 1954 film by Steno. confirming its universality. Furthermore, from the historical point of view, there is an official trace of the name "spaghetto" in the first dictionary of the Italian language by Nicolò Tommaseo and Bernardo Bellini (1819). Here spaghetto is inserted as a "masculine singular diminutive of string". We also have a curiosity about Spaghetti because in 1957 the BBC broadcasts the first documentary on the production of spaghetti and the next day the TV studios are clogged with phone calls from viewers asking for the names of producers and distributors of spaghetti to buy them.

Average nutritional values for 100 grams of energy:

energy: 1476kJ / 348kcal
fat: 1.1g of which saturated fatty acids: 0.1g
carbohydrates: 71g of which sugars: 3.5g
fiber: 3g protein: 12g
salt: 0.01g


Organic durum wheat semolina, water


Cereals containing gluten. It may contain traces of soy

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