The wheat for Mancini pasta is harvested yearly in Le Marche in central-eastern Italy. The company harvests the wheat every summer, when the crops reach full maturity. They do it this way because they believe each season in the region is unique and imparts its own distinct characteristics on the wheat, depending on local factors like the yearly climate. Each package of Mancini pasta shows the harvest year so customers can experience a moment in time in Le Marche.
Types of Mancini Pasta
Mancini produces classic, whole wheat, and turanicum (ancient grain) pasta. They offer all types of pasta shapes, each of which have their own specific drying procedure with the proper temperature and humidity level to ensure the best possible result. At Supermarket Italy, you’ll find all types of Mancini pasta shapes, from long pasta like bucatini and spaghettini to short pasta like paccheri. They come in the standard single serving size of 17.6 oz (500 grams), as well as bulk pasta sizes of 6.6 lbs! Whether you’re feeding yourself or an entire family, Mancini has you covered!