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Barilla

Barilla is an Italian brand of pasta. Founded in 1877 in Parma, Italy, the company is the world's leading pasta maker.

Barilla

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  • When you say Barilla you say Italy

    I'm an Italian young girl and I simply LOVE Barilla! When you say Barilla you say Italy and home for us!

    Elena, Italy - 08 November 2012

  • It's Barilla

    I'm not a chef or great in the kitchen, but I know what's best to make my simple pasta super. It's Barilla. Really, trust me. Even I can make a great pasta when I used this pasta. It's the best I ever had.

    mariaindriya, - 26 September 2012

  • A fantastic experience

    If you want to eat pasta, you have thousands of possibilities. One of these lots is packed in blue. What I like most is the big variety of different types which is offered in blue. If you come home from wherever, had a hard day and are hungry, then you don't want to eat just anything. It is with the quality of Barilla pasta that your meal will be a fantastic experience.

    Holger, Germany - 07 February 2006

  • It's always perfect

    I swear by Barilla. I am not the expert on Italian cooking, but when I cook using Barilla products (pasta) it's always perfect. Pasta is always about being ‘al dente’.

    Azizah, Singapore - 14 September 2005

  • Always

    Although São Paulo, Brazil, has one of the largest Italian colonies in the world, it was not until the early 90s that the authentic "grano duro" Italian pasta, Barilla, was first imported into this country. I love cooking but I have to confess that with Barilla you can never make a mistake: it is always "al dente" and wonderful, to impress your guests.

    Aurea, Brazil - 02 June 2004

  • It makes me feel home

    Barilla means "pasta" all over the world. And pasta means Italian lifestyle and quality. Barilla is also very linked to family values (look at its TV ads) and tradition mixed with elegance. Barilla makes the difference because it makes me feel home wherever I am! Isn't it sold all over the world?

    Emanuele, Italy - 01 June 2004