Gragnano is recognized for producing the finest pasta since the 16th century - so much so, that it’s been designated a Protected Geographical Indication by the European Union to denote its exceptional manufacturing history. It’s said that this town’s main street was built to capture the mountain breeze mixed with sea air for pasta makers as they hung their spaghetti out to dry like laundry.
The wheat used by Pastificio dei Campi is sourced by local growers who celebrate the golden crop without a trace of chemical fertilizer, and every stage of production is given the time needed to create a pasta worthy of its name.
Excellence takes time, and at Pastificio dei Campi they are not afraid to wait. You can even find evidence of their quality featured in Forbes.