Pasta is perhaps the primary food product for which Italy is famous for in the world. Various types of pasta are widely used in an uncanny number of traditional Italian recipes in everything from rigatoni all’amatriciana to spaghetti alla carbonara. Italian pasta also combines its proud tradition with continuous research leading to the steady improvement of output, thanks to which these products are increasingly appreciated internationally.
Italian pasta provides the body with energy through the nutritional properties found in starch, and is also important sources of protein. The presence of whole grains that are rich in fiber, fatty acids, as well as other organic compounds are fundamental to healthy eating.
Pastas can be made from different varieties of flour giving consumers an even wider selection to chose from. The rise of gluten free has even made enjoying this Italian patrimony available to those who previously could not enjoy it. Viva!