DESCRIPTION: Probably the most popular and most simple pasta shape in the world! Spaghetti originates in Naples, where Garofalo pasta is made. Spaghetti is the plural form of the Italian word spaghetto, meaning "thin string" or "twine. Spaghetti from Pastificio D' Aragona are a speciality of pasta di Gragnano IGP with a recognisable consistency and taste. Thanks to the bronze drawing and high quality gluten, they mantain their cooking and are always served with a lively and inviting appearance.
INGREDIENTS: Durum WHEAT Semolina (Gluten), Water
ALLERGY ADVICE: For allergens see ingredients in bold.
NUTRITIONAL INFO: (per 100g) Energy:1514KJ Energy alt:357kcal Fat:1.6g - of which saturates:0.3g Carbohydrate:72.5g - of which sugars:0.7g Protein:13.1g Salt:0g.