Macaroni Product. Imported from Italy. All natural. No additives. USDA organic. 100% whole wheat. Made from organic whole wheat. Organically grown and processed in accordance with the California Organic Foods Act of 1990 and National Organic Program. Bella Terra - Italian for Beautiful Earth. A recipe unchanged by time, completed by nature. Since 1820, nestled in a seaside village of Naples, Italy, making pasta continues to be a way of life. A process using only natural ingredients - hard amber durum wheat and pure spring water. This is why our Bella Terra line of organic products makes sense for the health of your family. Based on the same time honored methods of the villagers long ago, small batches of wheat are gently rolled and slowly dried but updated to follow strict organic methods. Following the California Foods Act of 1990, and certified organic in Italy, only the pure and natural elements of the earth's yield are cultivated and harvested - no additives, preservatives, insecticides or pesticides, promoting an ecologically sound system while ensuring a healthy environment for future generations. The villagers set the standard for Racconto pasta, Bella Terra perfects it - naturally. Third party inspected and certified organic in the United States by QAI Quality Assurance International. The word al dente are an Italian term that describes firmly cooked pasta. Sodium 10 mg without added salt in cooking water. Product of Italy.
16 oz (1 lb) 454 g x 12
2 oz dry
8 per pack
Cooking: 1. Bring one gallon of water to a boil. 2. If desired, add one tablespoon of salt to boiling water. 3. To cook al dente, place spaghetti into boiling water and stir occasionally for seven (7) minutes. 4. Drain in a colander. Do not rinse! Serve immediately with your favorite sauce.
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