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Solina and Jervicella ancient wheat flours


Solina wheat originates in the Abruzzo region of Italy. It is a soft and tall wheat, extremely rustic and adapted over the centuries to growing on mountain terrain.

With its naturally full flavour, the flour obtained is particularly suitable for making bread and traditional desserts, but it can also be used to make fresh pasta at home.

Jervicella is an ancient soft wheat grown in the southern part of the Marche region in Italy. The mixture of the Solina and Jervicella soft wheats creates a semi whole wheat pasta with an unusual and sophisticated fragrance.



Mixture of Solina and Jervicella ancient soft wheat flours

1 kg packets (Modified Atmosphere Packaging)

Origin of raw materials:
Agriculture in Italy

Shelf Life:
18 months from the packaging date.

Storage conditions:
Keep in a cool, dry and well-ventilated place, away from sources of heat and sunlight.

Contains gluten. Could contain traces of soya, sesame seeds and lupin beans.


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