San Remo adds two new products to its gluten-free range
Leading Australian pasta and pasta sauce manufacturer San Remo has expanded its range of gluten-free products to now include a new gluten-free CousCous and Egg Tagliatelle.
Other choices in San Remo’s gluten-free pasta range include Fettucine, Macaroni, Lasagna, Penne, Spaghetti and Spirals.
“For people living with a gluten free diet these new products are great news, and mean they can enjoy cooking quality pasta to create quick-to-plate meal options for a busy family,” said Jimmy Boswell, San Remo brand advocate, food blogger and celebrity chef.
“While all of San Remo’s gluten-free pasta range is free of gluten, dairy products and yeast, they still offer the ‘al dente’ taste and texture only found in good pasta,” he said.
“The new gluten free CousCous and the Egg Tagliatelle complements San Remo’s other gluten free products so that pasta can remain a favourite meal option for everyone without compromising on quality,” Mr Boswell said.
San Remo was founded in 1936 by Luigi Crotti. It remains a privately owned 100 per cent Australian company. With its manufacturing facilities in South Australia, San Remo has offices and distribution centres in all main capital cities throughout Australia and New Zealand, and exports to 35 countries throughout the world. San Remo’s manufacturing site is in Adelaide.
The Company has a wide range of pasta products and pasta sauces.
San Remo’s new gluten-free CousCous and Egg Tagliatelle products are available from IGA supermarkets.
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