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Main categoriesBAKERY PRODUCTS AND SPECIAL OCCASIONS PASTA, RICE, ETHNIC PRODUCTS, CEREALS AND FLOURS RAW MATERIALS, INGREDIENTS AND SEMI-PROCESSED PRODUCTS READY MEALS AND DELI PREPARATIONS SAUCES
TOP categoriesOther Flours Other Pastas Flours Mixtures of Flour and Specialities (potato starch, corn starch) Dry Biscuits Gnocchi (dumplings)
BioAlimenta produces exclusively gluten free foods since 2000, in Fara San Martino (Abruzzo, Italy.) Our dedicated 100% gluten free and artisanal factory is authorized by the Italian Ministry of Health and we hold several quality certificates. Our wide product range includes: potato gnocchi, dry and fresh pasta, flours, snacks (salty and sweet), cookies, ready to use sauces and baking aids. Our aim is to make "free from" products that taste good, using the natural resources of our land (pure air and water) and the latest innovations in processes and machineries.
F.LLI DE CECCO DI FILIPPO - FARA SAN MARTINO SPA
Main categoriesBAKERY PRODUCTS AND SPECIAL OCCASIONS OILS, VINEGARS AND DRESSINGS PASTA, RICE, ETHNIC PRODUCTS, CEREALS AND FLOURS PLANT, FRUIT AND VEGETABLE PRESERVES READY MEALS AND DELI PREPARATIONS SAUCES
TOP categoriesExtra virgin olive oil Short Semolina Pasta (penne, maccheroni, rigatoni, fusilli, farfalle) Wholemeal Semolina Pasta Long Semolina Pasta (spaghetti, bucatini, tagliatelle) Speciality Semolina Pasta (radiatori, conchiglie, paccheri, orecchiette)
We, at De Cecco, only produce high quality pasta, respecting the tradition. To offer you an excellent product we select the best durum wheat grown in perfect climatic conditions all over the world. Each variety has its own virtue: fragrance, taste, colour, protein. In this way we are able to create the perfect blend and we ground it in our own mill. Then we mix the coarse semolina with the purest water of our source. After the bronze drawing and the slow drying, which can last up to 36 hours, the De Cecco pasta is ready. A long process but a simple recipe for over 130 years.