500g or 6Kg multipack
The Radiatori, loved even by the smallest ones for their particular shape inspired by the world of mechanics, are made of juxtaposed internal fins in which the sauces fit well. They are ideal for rich and powerful sauces
Our pasta is PGI Certified Gragnano Pasta, bronze-die, slowly dried at low temperatures, made with 100% Italian durum wheat semolina and local spring water. Contains a minimum of 14% protein, firm to cooking and highly digestible
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100% Italian durum wheat semolina
We use only the best 100% Italian durum wheat semolina (non GMO) containing a minimum of 14% protein. Our wheat comes from fields dedicated to its cultivation for over 2000 years in the south of Italy