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Pappardelle Wildfarmed (250g) La Tua Pasta

Pappardelle Wildfarmed


Great Taste Award Winner 2023!

Our Wildfarmed Pappardelle is a large, flat type of pasta, very similar to Tagliatelle. This variety of Pappardelle is made by blending 00 flour with Wildfarmed flour – which is grown without the use of ‘cides (pesticides, herbicides and fungicides). Wildfarmed believes we can fix the planet by combining natural farming methods with the best of modern technology to create the most flavoursome grain you can get your hands on and make pasta that is not only delicious but also helps the planet.

Wildfarmed aims to change the farming system by harvesting without either harassing the environment or compromising the taste: this method of growing provides wheat with a nutty depth of flavour, while constantly improving the soil in which it is grown. Suitable to be paired with a range of sauces.

Authentic fresh pasta made in London by an artisan family business
Made fresh daily with premium quality Italian ingredients and free-range eggs.
Ingredients are 100% natural: we do not use any additives or colourants
Suitable for vegetarians
Cook in boiling water for just a few minutes.

Bring 2 litres of water and a pinch of salt to a boil in a large pot. (You will need 2 litres for every 250g of pasta).
Add the pasta and cook for 3-4 minutes for fresh pasta, or 4 – 5 minutes for frozen pasta.
Drain and serve with parmesan and olive oil, or with your favourite sauce.

Flour 00 (Wheat, Calcium, Iron, Niacin, Thiamine), Wildfarmed Wheat Flour, Pasteurised Egg, Water, Salt.

Wheat, Egg.
Produced in a factory that handles Wheat, Egg, Milk, Nut, Crustacean, Fish, Celery, Mustard and Soya.

Energy (KJ)/100g 1144
Energy (Kcal)/100g 270
Fat/100g 3.5
Of which Saturated/100g 0.8
Carbohydrate/100g 46.6
Of which Sugar/100g 1.2
Protein/100g 10.9
Salt/100g 1.5

Keep refrigerated below 5C.
Once opened consume within 3 days.
Suitable for Freezing. Freeze on the day of purchase and consume within 1 month, cook from frozen.