The origin of spaghetti as we know it is hard to pin down. Many believe it originated in Italy (specifically Sicily), while others think Marco Polo brought it back to Venice from his time spent in China. Either way, we can't deny it's a classic staple in American households today thanks to it's versatility! Toss with pesto or a thick mushroom sauce; top with meat or veggie balls and marinara.
New York, NY
When the patriarch of the family, Marcello Raffetto, opened M. Raffetto & Bros. in the heart of Greenwich Village in 1906, it’s hard to imagine he would have expected his little pasta shop to last into the next century. Throughout 111 years, many dedicated family members and relatives have kept the business going and growing through all the changes that time brings – from two World Wars and the Great Depression to Vietnam and into the web revolution. In its early years, M. Raffetto & Bros. made three basic products: egg noodles, meat & spinach ravioli (Genoa Style) and, a little later, cheese ravioli (Naples Style). Today, Raffetto’s produces about 50 different kinds of pasta, choosing to follow the same principles that have guided their family’s philosophy since 1906: use the best quality ingredients to produce the best quality pasta. Their passion for quality sustains their commitment to continue to make products in small batches so that everything you taste from Raffetto’s is always as close to “homemade” as possible.
Keep frozen, or store in the fridge for up to 4 days before cooking.
Enriched Durum Flour (Niacin, Riboflavin, Thiamin, Iron), Eggs, Water Contains Eggs.