Organic Spaghetti at a down to earth price
Legend says that spaghetti 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 first mention of spaghetti in a dictionary was in 1819: the name spaghetti come from spago (string) because of its shape.
Garofalo has been making pasta for over 300 year 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