The three colors in La Romagna Stringozzi Fantasia pasta represent the three colors in the Italian flag. The colors are derived from tomatoes for the red, basil for the green, and plain, traditional wheat pasta for the white. Stringozzi is a traditional Umbrian knife-cut durum wheat pasta lunga similar to spaghetti but with a shoelace square cut. A variety of delicious combinations are possible. Try mix and matching each color with tomato sauce, garlic and oil or your favorite pesto. The Pastificio La Romagna was established over 50 years ago in Foligno, the provincial of heart of Umbrian in central Italy, by pasta artisan Libio Fratini. La Romagna is a family-based, small-scale producer of traditional durum wheat and egg pastas. La Romagna pastas contain the finest ingredients available, such as Apulian durum wheat flour, and pure filtered water. Gradual air-drying before packaging preserves the pasta's hearty structure, full flavor, and sauce-gripping texture. Imported from Italy. 1.1-Pound bag.
Ingredients: Durum wheat semolina, water (Red: chili dehydrates, tomato dehydrates, red beet dehydrates, egg whites), (Green: basil dehydrates, spinach, egg whites).