The family behind Molino Grassi have been making bread in Parma (Northern Italy) since 1934. It was in the 1960s that the family began producing more than just soft wheat flour. At that time, Molino Grassi opened up one of the first durum wheat processing centers in the region, which allowed them to start selling semolina flour, too. Since the 90s, the company has depended on organic farming techniques to bring you the best quality flour possible.
What can I make with Molino Grassi flour?
Molino Grassi’s flours can be used to make bread, pasta, pizza, and pastries. If you want to learn how to make pizza dough or semolina pasta the Italian way, look no further than the authenticity offered by Molino Grassi.
How do I know which type of flour to use?
Supermarket Italy provides you with descriptions for all of the Molino Grassi products we carry. If after reading our product descriptions you still aren’t sure which Molino Grassi wheat flour fits your needs, you can always refer to the company website for further instruction.