We use free-range eggs and Durum Wheat Semolina flour in our pasta, giving our pasta great structure.
Our vegetables are locally sourced and freshly roasted every day.
The basil we use is grown in Cambridge, New Zealand.
Pasta Nutrition Facts:
Pasta is a good source of folic acid which is a key nutrient in a woman’s childbearing years.
- Pasta is a low-fat and high-carbohydrate food.
- Lycopene, a naturally abundant antioxidant found in tomatoes is another benefit to eating pasta topped with the traditional sauce.
- Pasta contributes six of the eight essential amino acids to the diet; however, when combined with dairy, meat, or other complementary protein foods, the protein available is a complete protein containing all the essential amino acids.