Spelt Spaghetti BIO Pasta Fabbri

7.20500g

Weight 0.5 kg
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Spelt Spaghetti Bio Pasta Fabbri, how to use it:

Organic spelt pasta, 100% dicocco spelt. Rough surface, due to bronze drawing. Cooking time: 11 minutes.

Ingredients:

Organic spelt flour, water. Contains gluten. May contain traces of egg, soya and mustard. AVERAGE NUTRITIONAL VALUES PER 100 g: energy 1389 kJ / 332 kcal, fat 2.1 g, of which: saturated fatty acids 0.5 g, carbohydrates 66 g, of which: sugars 3.7 g, fibre 7.1 g, protein 12 g, salt 0.05 mg

Hystory of Pasta Fabbri:

Since 1893 in Strada in Chianti, from father to son, the Fabbri family has been making pasta in the same way, without any changes, in the same square in the center of the village. At Pasta Fabbri, they still respect traditional pasta-making techniques: drying is ‘very slow’ (from 72 to 144 hours depending on the format), temperatures are strictly below 38°C and the pasta is drawn ‘al bronzo’, i.e. with the help of original bronze dies from the 1950s.

How does the shipping work?

After the order we prepare the shipping in 24-48 hours and delivery within Europe usually takes 3 to 5 days if all products are available.

What is a back-ordered product?

If a product is listed in the cart as "Available to order" or "backorder" the timing increases by 48h because we have to receive it from the manufacturer.

How do we ship the products?

Our priority is to pack and ship products as safely as possible. The bottles of wine and oil are shipped with special cardboard protections, there will be no breakages.

Do you use refrigerated transport?

No, all the products we sell are seasoned and under vaacum. They do not need to be transported at controlled temperature in a refrigerated truck. However, in the summer, for additional safety we can use dry ice and other protections to ensure an even more careful service.

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PASTA FABBRI

Since 1893 in Strada in Chianti, from father to son, the Fabbri family has been making pasta in the same way, without any changes, in the same square in the center of the village. At Pasta Fabbri, they still respect traditional pasta-making techniques: drying is ‘very slow’ (from 72 to 144 hours depending on the format), temperatures are strictly below 38°C and the pasta is drawn ‘al bronzo’, i.e. with the help of original bronze dies from the 1950s.