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Divella Bronze Cut Calamarata Pasta, 1.1 lb (500.0 g)

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SKU: IT-2056

One of the most popular Pasta brand, Divella, brings to you the bronze extruded pasta. Simply put, it means that Divella has gone back to using the centuries old Italian traditional technique of using a bronze die to cut and shape its pasta. Calamarata pasta is a kind of thick ring pasta. It originates from Naples in the South of Italy. Divella's Calamarata pasta is a must-have pfor recipes such as Italian seafood pasta or squid ink pasta! 

  • Ingredient: Durum Wheat Semolina, Water
  • Product Weight: 1.1 lb (500.0 g)
  • Country of Origin: Italy

One of the most popular Pasta brand, Divella, brings to you the bronze extruded pasta. Simply put, it means that Divella has gone back to using the centuries old Italian traditional technique of using a bronze die to cut and shape its pasta. Calamarata pasta is a kind of thick ring pasta. It originates from Naples in the South of Italy. Divella's Calamarata pasta is a must-have pfor recipes such as Italian seafood pasta or squid ink pasta! 

  • Ingredient: Durum Wheat Semolina, Water
  • Product Weight: 1.1 lb (500.0 g)
  • Country of Origin: Italy
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