Specialty Food Magazine

FALL 2017

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category spotlight NEW PRODUCTS TO KNOW Academia Barilla Pasta. Imported from Italy this pasta is made with Aureo durum wheat grown exclusively by farmers in select regions of Italy. Academia Barilla pasta delivers a firmer 'al dente' bite and rough bronze die texture, which hydrates more quickly while cooking. barilla.com Al Dente Gluten-Free Spinach Pasta Spirals. Made in small batches with white bean and brown rice flour, this pasta boasts 7 grams of protein and 6 grams of fiber. Certified Gluten Free, kosher, vegan, and GMO-free. Cooks in three minutes. aldentepasta.com Cybele's Free-to-Eat Superfood Veggie Pasta, Superfood Purple. Made with beets, sweet potatoes, carrots, and red lentils, this plant-based pasta is vegan, kosher, grain-free, gluten-free, and Non-GMO Project verified. Each 2-ounce serving provides more than one full serving of vegetables, and 14 grams of protein. cybelesfreetoeat.com Explore Cuisine Organic Red Rice Macaroni. This Non- GMO Project verified, Certified Gluten Free, USDA Organic, and Whole Grain verified pasta from Italy is loaded with 11 grams of plant protein per serving and made with a blend of organic red, brown, and white rice flour, and pea protein. explorecuisine.com Italian Food Corporation/Alimentitalia La Piana Stuffed Pastas. Imported from the Lombardy region and shelf stable for 15 months, these quick-cooking pastas come filled with flavors such as Sundried Tomato and Oregano, Squash, and Gorgonzola. italianfoods.com Marco Giacosa Tagliolini with Barolo Wine. This artisan egg pasta hails from Alba, Italy, a town in the Piedmont region, and combines Barolo wine with juniper berries and bay leaves. cibodivino-us.com Pastabilities Sprouted Organic Pasta. This pasta has a nutty flavor and is made with 100% Certified Organic Sprouted Flour (made with Essential Eating Sprouted Flour). It is USDA Organic and non-GMO. It's also easier to digest and helps people stay fuller longer. pastashoppe.com Pasta Lensi Yellow Lentil Penne Rigate. Made with flour ground from yellow lentils, this pasta offers 23 grams of protein and 5 grams of fiber per 100-gram portion. Ideal for thicker sauces that can find their way into the tube. legumepasta.pastalensi.com Seapoint Farms Organic Edamame Fettuccini. 200 calories, 24 grams of protein, and 12 grams of fiber per 2-ounce serving, this gluten-free, heart-healthy pasta is Certified Non-GMO and USDA Organic. seapointfarms.com Sfoglini Pasta Shop Organic Hemp Rigatoni. Made with organic hemp and organic durum semolina from JD Farms, a USDA Certified Organic farm in upstate N.Y. The pasta is slow- and air-dried at low temperatures to preserve its nutty flavor and heart-healthy qualities. sfoglini.com Tolerant Organic Black Bean Pasta (pictured below). A one-ingredient pasta that has 22 grams of protein and 62 percent of daily fiber. Naturally low in sugar, it provides the body steady, lasting energy that can last 4-6 hours. Certified Organic, gluten-free and non-GMO. tolerantfoods.com Tradizioni Padane S.r.l. Organic Durum Wheat Semolina Pasta with Turmeric Powder. Slow-dried at low temperatures and bronze extruded, this pasta boasts 17 grams of protein per 1¾ cup and gets its color from anti-inflammatory organic turmeric. USDA Organic and Certificato ICEA Biologico. Other flavor offerings include Spirulina and Ginger. buonitalia.com TruRoots Ancient Grain Penne. Made from quinoa, amaranth, brown rice, and corn, this whole-grain pasta is certified USDA Organic, gluten-free and non-GMO. The company is committed to transparency in its supply chain and keeping close ties with its farmers around the world. truroots.com 68 ❘ SPECIALTY FOOD MAGAZINE specialtyfood.com

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