Conchiglie Semolina Pastina

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Conchiglie Semolina Pastina

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A warm bowl of pastina and suddenly we're transported to Nonna's on a cold winter's day. These teensy noodles from Semolina will comfort you and fill you right up.

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  • Certified USDA Organic
  • Vegan

If you grew up in an Italian household, pastina is nothing new. If you didn't: welcome to the wonderful world of teensy tiny pasta. Conchiglie pastina is cooked in lots of ways but its most recognizable form is in a chicken or veggie soup. Semolina's little noodles are made the right way, with more of a chew than you'd expect from their size. The wheat is sourced from organic farms around the American midwest. Though we have to say, the finished dish is a lot more Modena than Montana.

Semolina puts the environment first, always—from sourcing organic wheat to limiting landfill waste.

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From harvesting to manufacturing, Semolina puts our planet first

Semolina is dedicated to sustainable farming and manufacturing for their one-of-a-kind pastas. They source organic durum wheat from ethically and environmentally responsible American farms (mostly in Montana and North Dakota) and hand-craft their pastas in Los Angeles. They’re also actively seeking to partner with small mills and growers who use regenerative practices. This helps soil recoup between growing seasons so it can sequester more carbon. Off the farm, Semolina keeps their environmental activism strong. They only send a few bags of flour and a cup and a half of dough to the landfill each day. This helps them keep their carbon footprint low.

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