Grown in the hills of central Italy, Khorasan is an ancient wheat that’s completely free of modern genetic modifications. It’s rolled and long-dried, leaving behind a delightfully sweet, nutty and incredibly wholesome spaghetti.
Supports energy creation and maintains healthy bones and teeth (manganese and phosphorus)
Supports the immune system and contributes to normal thyroid function (selenium and iron)
Supports heart function, energy creation and mental and emotional well-being (vitamin B1, B3 and B5)
Assists in muscle growth and maintenance (protein)
What goes in.
Khorasan wheat flour, water.
What's kept out.
Salt, sugar, preservatives and pesticides.
Did you know?
Did you know that to produce vast quantities of wheat, most commercial growers rely on heavy use of pesticides? This ends up in the crop, which ends up in the home, where it’s eventually ingested by unsuspecting families.
Grown in the hills of Montefeltro.
Girolomoni has a history as wholesome as its food. Over 40 years ago, in the Italian region of Isola del Piano, Mayor Gino Girolomoni founded a company called Alce Nero, alongside his wife Tullia and five others. Their mission was simple: to produce food with love. Food that is grown organically and farmed sustainably, without chemical substances. Food that prioritises the land and its people, above all else. These values were ingrained in Gino and his business partners; Gino himself was deeply passionate about ancient farming and organic agriculture, thanks to his childhood in the Italian countryside. Many years later, Alce Nero would be renamed the Gino Girolomoni Agricultural Co-Op in honour of its founder. While Gino has now passed, his legacy continues through the Girolomoni brand.