The product

Rigatoni di Farro Dicocco Semintegrale

Rigatoni produced with Farro Dicoccum grown by Borgoluce
Country of origin:
Italy - Veneto
500 g
Minimum order:
1 box with 8 pieces
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Description Rigatoni produced with emmer wheat grown by Borgoluce, with biodynamic method, stone milled and bronze drawn
Appearance A semi-wholemeal coloured pasta: the surface is rough and porous
Taste Typical of semi-wholemeal flour
Curiosity Farro Dicoccum is characterized by a low gluten content and a higher quantity of mineral salts than the common durum wheat. A product with nutritional values similar to those of traditional pasta but more digestible and with a lower glycemic index
Our selection The cereal crops of Borgoluce take place in a biodynamic regime and the pasta is produced by Marco Bigolin of Mulino Terre Vive (VI). A complete supply chain followed step by step in which the link between land and food is strongly perceived
Suggestions The porosity and roughness of the dough are ideal for a rich sauce
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Ingredients Semi-wholemeal flour of stone ground SPELLED, water
Allergens in ingredients Cereals containing gluten and thereof
Weight 500 g
Packaging Packaged in a transparent bag with crushed corn cardboard
Storage Conditions (packaged products) Keep in a cold and dry place
Instructions for use Cooking time: 6 minutes
Country of origin of the primary ingredient Italy
Nutrition Declaration Energy: 1482 kJ / 350 kcal
Fat: 2,8 g
of which saturates: 0,4 g
Carbohydrate: 65 g
of which sugars: 2,4 g
Protein: 13 g
Salt: 0,03 g
Typical value per 100 g
The producer

Borgoluce - Susegana (TV) - Veneto

Why we chose them
Eco-sustainability is a word with many meanings: attention, care, respect for natural resources. At Borgoluce, eco-sustainability is perceived as an asset. Borgoluce is an estate with 1,220 hectares, held by Collalto family since the XII century. An intact environment made of pastures, woodlands, farms, arable fields, vineyards, orchards, canals, mills, dairies. In past, this variety enabled the family to produce everything necessary for daily life. Today, this tradition remains: it is called biodiversity. Environmental responsibility pervades every activity and is expressed in the use of renewable sources for the agro-energy production. The energy comes from the by-products of woodlands, animal farms and plantations. Wood is burned by a biomass boiler, while a biodigester transforms animal dung and cereal silage into biogas, producing the electric energy used in the farm and the thermal energy that heats the buffalo sheds. Giuliana, Ninni and Caterina Collalto with her mother Trinidad and the husband of Caterina, Ludovico Giustiniani are committed to increase the value of this land, a unique heritage in Veneto
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