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Ditalini Gluten Free 250g

Ditalini Gluten Free 250g

Our Gluten free pasta is always “al dente”. Why our gluten free pasta is far superior from other pastas:


This truly artisanal pasta is made of corn, rice flower and water, nothing else.

Dried at low temperature, which results in a far heathier product.

Extruded though gold moulds for a course finish to better absorb the sauce.

We truly think this is the best gluten free pasta from Italy, so please enjoy!

Things to know before you buy
Ingredients: Corn flour, rice flour, water. May contain traces of mustard and soy. Nutrition : Typical values as sold per 100g. Energy 1274kj, 300kcal, Fat 0.9g, of which saturate 0.1g, Carbohydrate 65.5g, of which is Sugars 0.5g, Protein 7.2g, Salt 0.0g.
Additional Details
Suitable For Vegans:
Gluten Free?:
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Provenance: Campania

Campania is one of the regions of Southern Italy and stretches along the Tyrrhenian Sea, from the mouth of the Garigliano River to the Gulf of Policastro.

The mild climate, the beauty of the coasts, the richness of its art and history, and the love for food make Campania the fascinating territory that it is.

The journey begins with the sea, the region's uncontested queen, with its intense colors, its coasts that are crawling with bays, coves and rock faces. The waters here boast the islands in the Gulf of Naples, Capri and Ischia - true natural masterpieces. This region is made even more charming by the flourishing Mediterranean vegetation that alternates with its small, charming towns that narrate the history and traditions of Campania and make any stay here unforgettable.

And how can we forget the natural endowments that dominate this region: Vesuvius, gloomy and mysterious, loved for its beauty and feared for its power. Then, Naples, famous around the world for the intensity and passion of its music, but not only, mingles high-brow culture with the popular, the sacred with the profane, and the joyful with the melancholic. Sorrento, a town that spreads over a terrace of tufo, seems to tumble into the sea.

Throughout this view paradisical panorama, indented and inaccessible coasts weave their colors with those of small and hidden beaches, creating a unique and enthralling scenery. Here, the work of man is truly monolithic. The roughest areas are now made up of a series of terraces sloping down towards the sea, used for the cultivation of citrus, olive trees and vines. These gardens give off heady scents of oranges, lemons and orange-blossoms.

Visiting places like Paestum; Pompeii, Herculaneum, and Torre Annunziata; the Chartreuse of Padula; and the Royal Palace of Caserta will all take you back in time and far away from the quotidian!

The provinces of Campania are: Naples (the regional capital), Caserta, Benevento, Avellino and Salerno.

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