I recently stumbled across some information about Ronzoni making gluten-free pasta. I know what you are thinking, how in the world is that possible with all of the non-gluten-free pasta made in the facility? I thought the same thing, so I headed over to the Ronzoni website to see what I could find out. Ronzoni gluten-free pasta is made in a dedicated gluten-free facility.
More about the pasta:
Ronzoni Gluten Free™ Pasta is unique in three ways. While all gluten free pastas must be made with gluten free grains, Ronzoni Gluten Free™ Pasta is also produced in a dedicated gluten free facility. When the ingredients arrive at the facility, they are verified to be gluten free and then each step in the manufacturing process is strongly controlled in order to protect the product from gluten contamination.
Ronzoni Gluten Free™ Pasta is made from a unique blend of White Rice, Brown Rice, Corn and Quinoa which gives it the benefit of tasting like white pasta and being smooth in texture. Many gluten free products are only made from one single gluten free grain.
Whole grains is the other way we are unique. Unlike some competitors which are made of corn and/or white rice, Ronzoni Gluten Free™ Pasta is made from a multigrain blend that provides you with 19 grams of whole grains per serving.
Ronzoni has a page all about the gluten-free diet and their gluten-free pasta. They are making three different varieties of pasta:
Penne Rigate – INGREDIENTS: White rice flour, brown rice flour, corn flour, quinoa flour, mono and diglycerides.
Rotini – INGREDIENTS: White rice flour, brown rice flour, corn flour, quinoa flour, mono and diglycerides.
Spaghetti – INGREDIENTS: White rice flour, brown rice flour, corn flour, quinoa flour, mono and diglycerides.
The Ronzoni gluten-free pasta can be found in stores nationwide. Use the store locator to find the closest location to you. Don’t forget to print this coupon for $1.00 off of Rozoni gluten-free pasta. Have you spotted or tried the new Ronzoni gluten-free pasta? If so, how does it measure up to the other gluten-free pastas you have tried?