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Strands of Glory: Spaghetti and Spaghettini

Buy Italian spaghettini online instantly! At Supermarket Italy's online gourmet market, you can choose between Italy’s top brands at competitive prices. We know the best spaghetti noodles to buy, and we’re here to share our knowledge with you. Read More

Ready for Spaghetti?

Italy is famous for a large assortment of foods and drinks. From woodfired pizzas and milky buffalo cheeses to creamy hazelnut chocolates and full-bodied red wines, there are dozens of iconic ingredients and meals that originated in “Bel Paese.” However, the most famous Italian food of all is likely pasta. From short tubular macaronis to the thick, flat noodles of lasagne, there is indeed a pasta shape for every sauce or occasion. Perhaps the most internationally recognized form of pasta is spaghetti, or it’s slightly thinner sibling, spaghettini.

What is Italian Spaghetti?

A staple of traditional Italian cuisine, spaghetti and spaghettini pasta are long, thin, cylindrical noodles made from milled durum wheat, water, and sometimes eggs. Both fresh and dried forms of spaghetti are available to buy, though the shelf-stable form tends to be more popular. After all, it’s a pantry staple!

Forms of spaghetti and noodles have been eaten for centuries in Italy. Today, it’s eaten all over the world, each with their own local spin. In Japan, spaghetti and spaghettini pasta is made with cod roe and cream, and called mentaiko. In the Philippines, it’s served in a sweet, vinegary tomato sauce and adorned with hot dogs. In Mexico, a shorter version called fideos are cooked into soups and baked in spicy casseroles. And in the United States, where Italian immigrants made the iconic noodles one of our most commonly eaten ingredients, spaghetti and meatballs are beloved amongst children and adults.

What are Some Uses for Spaghetti?

Take a page from the book of Italian-American icon Sophia Loren, who famously said, “Spaghetti can be eaten most successfully if you inhale it like a vacuum cleaner.” This is a food to be enjoyed and eaten voraciously!

In Italy, spaghetti finds its way onto tables under a blanket of many different sauces. Some popular spaghetti sauces in Italy include carbonara, alle vongole (with clams,) alla Puttanesca (a salt-fest featuring anchovies, olives, and capers,) and aglio e olio (a simple, yet perfect garlic infused olive oil.)

Stateside, spaghetti dishes are often bathed in homemade tomato-based sauces, like marinara or bolognese. Creamy dishes like alfredo are also popular— and tasty!

Is it Possible to Buy Spaghetti Online?

Of course! Not only is that possible, it’s easy. It’s also entirely possible to buy Italian spaghettini online— both at competitive prices.

If you’re looking to buy Italian spaghetti online, you’ve come to the right place. Supermarket Italy offers a wide range of authentic Italian and other European products at competitive prices— we even offer free shipping for orders over $50!

If you’re unsure of the best spaghetti noodles to buy, have no fear. We over plenty of brands and varieties to suit any diner—or dinner:

  • Cucina e Amore: This Italian-made spaghetti is organic and GMO-free.
  • De Cecco: This supermarket staple are some of the best spaghetti noodles to buy in bulk.

  • Garofalo: Yes, gluten free spaghetti does exist, and Garofalo makes some of the best.

  • Gentile: This company has been around for over a century, and produces both whole wheat and regular spaghetti in wholesale sizes.

  • Giuseppe Coco: Organic and regular spaghetti products are available in both consumer and wholesale sizes.

  • La Veneziane: This gluten-free spaghetti option is made from corn!

  • Pasta Mancini: This beautifully produced product is available both in regular and whole wheat varieties.

  • Rustichella D’Abruzzo: For a taste of luxury, try their squid ink pasta. We challenge you not to swoon.

Channel your inner-Sophia Loren and buy spaghetti online today!