Organic is healthy
Italian farmers were amongst the pioneers of organic agriculture. Highly skilled and highly passionate about their profession, they created products that appear on dining tables all over the world today.
A unique experience combining the recovery of ancient traditions with the most innovative processing techniques to make products that maintain the full flavour of tradition.
The entire system is regulated by a detailed quality program that monitors each phase of the production, ensuring total consumer protection. The quality of the products is guaranteed by certifications schemes recognised both in Italy and internationally.
Organic products are a daily invitation to eat well and feel well.
Consumers can choose from a wide range of different types of pasta, the perfect match for any sauce; tasty soups with grains and legumes, and cereal flakes, muesli and delicious barley coffee at breakfast time.
PASTA OF DURUM WHEAT SEMOLINA
Made with durum wheat, dried slowly at low temperatures to maintain all the nutritional properties of the wheat. A particular type of pasta can also be obtained via extrusion through a bronze die.
PASTA OF SEMOLINA FROM ANCIENT WHEATS
The varieties of wheat used to produce this range of pasta can be referred to as the “forgotten grains”, such as the durum wheat variety Cappelli, or the groups of so-called “clothed wheats” or farro, in particular emmer, or other types of wheat cultivated in the Mediterranean of old, such as Graziella Ra.
Obtained from organic wheat. Some examples of the types of flour produced: “0” type soft wheat flour ”0”, “wholewheat” soft wheat flour, rough corn flour, wholegrain spelt flour and white spelt flour.
MINESTRONE AND SOUPS
Minestrone and soups with legumes and grains: a range of different combinations to suit all tastes. Some examples: minestrone and barley soups, white millet, oats and spelt.
An important crop used by organic farmers to complete soil rotation. Some examples: chick peas, beans, lentils.
Cereal flakes and muesli are an excellent way to start your day on the right foot.
Made from “mondo” barley. This forgotten barley has been rediscovered and is now grown, toasted and milled in the organic chain.