Organic Fusilli pasta at a down to earth price
Legend says that pasta was introduced by Marco Polo, coming back from China in 1295, even though in a book written by Idrisi in 1154 at the time of Ruggero II of Sicily it mentions Vermicelli, food made of wheat with the shape of thread produced in a city named Trabia near Palermo. Between these two dates many historians found other quotations which confirmed that pasta production was common in Italy. The word fusilli comes from the word fuso, which means ‘spun’, as the pasta is spun by pressing a small rod over thin strips of pasta and winding them tightly.
Garofalo has been making pasta for over 300 years in Gragnano, Naples, the home of pasta. Made from 100% organic durum wheat, and shaped through bronze dies, gives Garofalo pasta its premium taste and texture.
Cooking Time: Approximately 11 minutes