D'Agostino Ditali Pasta
Also known as "little thimbles", these are very short tubes of pasta with smooth sides. Originating from the Campania region of Italy, they are usually prepared in broth-based soups, classic bean, and pasta soup or as an alternative to Penne.
All D'Agostino pasta is made in-house using the "delicate" method developed centuries ago in Palermo, Sicily. Small quantities of pasta are extruded through bronze dies created specifically for each shape. The pasta is carefully looped over wooden rods, straightened, then air-dried in wooden cellars.
No microwaves. No preservatives. No additives. No artificial coloring.