Penne Lisce di Gragnano Pgi, among the best-known but sometimes unfairly underrated types of pasta, were officially born in 1865. With their diagonally cut ends, they were inspired by fountain pen nibs. Such a format can only leave its mark.
Pastified according to the artisanal tradition of Pasta di Gragnano PGI, they are bronze drawn to allow them to better retain the sauces and dried slowly at low temperatures to keep all the nutritional and organoleptic qualities intact.
Being an artisanal product, we recommend tasting them several times during cooking, because pasta is like life, you don’t need directions and timing, it should be savored to understand when it is how you want it.
|NUTRITIONAL VALUES||Unit of measurement||Value||GDA 85 gr|
|Average x 100gr|
|Energy value||Kcal. / Kj x 100 gr||1494Kcal / 352Kcal||15%|
|Fat||% of weight||1,1 gr||1%|
|of which saturated||0,2 gr||1%|
|Carbohydrates||% of weight||70gr||23%|
|of which sugars||% of weight||2,6 gr||3%|
|Fiber||% of weight||3,1 gr||3%|
|Protein||% of weight||14 gr||24%|
|Salt||% of weight||< 0,02 gr||0%|