Barilla Spaghetti N.5, 1 kg Durum Wheat Semolina Pasta
Spaghetti originated in Naples and got their name from Antonio Viviani in 1842, as they looked like small pieces of string, from the Italian word "spago". Originally they measured 50cm in length however due to time and space related needs, they have been shortened until they reached their current length of 25cm. Nowadays Barilla Spaghetti No. 5 is synonymous with Italian cuisine everywhere; their sinuous and elegant shape is irresistible, as is the charm of rolling them around your fork. Spaghetti is the most popular shape in Italy. The name comes from the Italian word spaghi, which means "lengths of cord." Spaghetti originates from the south of Italy and is commonly used with tomato sauces, fresh vegetables, or fish. Barilla® Spaghetti is made with non-GMO ingredients.