Garofalo Lumachine look like little snail shells (lumachina means little snail) and are one of the best pastinas to cook in broth. Classic recipes combine them with legume or creamy soups, taking advantage of the porosity of the smooth and slightly rounded surface. With an original shape that intrigues children, Garofalo Lumachine bring a unique tactile experience to the palate.
Garofalo was established in 1789 in Gragnano, the homeland of pasta. The climatic conditions of the area are perfect for drying pasta, and the presence of spring water that fed the mills made Gragnano the ideal place for the production of pasta.
Knowing Garofalo's roots is a first step in understanding where its passion, wisdom and innovative spirit comes from. Garofalo brings the best quality wheat to the table with the guarantee of PGI certification.
Discover the wide range of pastas and shapes, from the most traditional to the latest and most creative. Garofalo’s quality is unmistakable and the product speaks for itself.